“Isang Araw, Ikatlong Yugto,” a film like no other


MANILA, Philippines — This week, movie screenings of Kuya Daniel Razon’s advocacy film Isang Araw, Ikatlong Yugto have been held in areas of Luzon and Mindanao.

In Baguio City, 100 cops including all chief of police of Benguet were in attendance.

This is also in support of Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Bato dela Rosa who was among the cast of the film.

Apart from inspiring people, they said that the advocacy film has a good concept in the sense that the role of the police in society has been highlighted.

“Yes, I believe it is a good movie not only for the police but also for the community. We can see here that the directives from the bosses are followed in a way that it will always be the rule of law that will prevail on the streets,” said Baguio City City Director PSSupt. Ramil Saculles.

“That’s why I brought all my chief of police here as this will be a good show because people always hear things that are mostly against the police but when they see it here they will learn and be enlightened about the role of the police and the good thing here is that they will be given a chance that hopefully, they incorporate faith in one God in all services,” said C Provincial Director PSSupt. Florante Camuyot.

Meanwhile, residents of Pasig, Marikina, and Pateros braved the rain just to watch the film.

Over one thousand flocked to Tanghalang Pasigueno for the movie screening.

Meanwhile, hundreds of residents from Tagum City enjoyed the film in its very first screening in Mindanao.

Compared to others, Isang Araw movie is already complete, it has comedy, love story, action and current events,” said Ulysses Aroy, a moviegoer.

“I liked the movie. It has many moral lessons such as that good works will never result to anything evil,” said Jenelyn Tababa. — Leslie Longboen | UNTV News and Rescue





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