WATCH: This new Pinoy comedy will take you back to long road trips with your family
If you've ever traveled with your family, you can probably relate. A lot.
(SPOT.ph) Ah, the holiday season. A time of fun, cheer, and the perfect excuse to travel with your family—that is, until the bickering starts. If you've ever had to sit through a long road trip or heck, even just a lengthy (and awkward) dinner with your family, you can probably relate to this new comedy.
Patay na si Hesus stars Cannes winner Jaclyn Jose as Iyay, a single mother who drags her entire family on a road trip to attend the funeral of their estranged father. Inside the cramped van are her three children: Hubert, who has Down's Syndrome; Jude, who is a lovesick transman; and Jay, whose life is going nowhere.
Directed by Victor Villanueva, the film is a very Pinoy nod to the 2006 dramedy, Little Miss Sunshine. The film is part of this year's QCinema International Film Festival, which runs from October 14 to 22.
For the complete list of films and screening schedules, visit QCinema's official website. Ticket prices are at P150 each.