Philippine cinema suffers from a lot of the same ailments that plague Philippine television. That is, the same old formulaic stories that have been done over and over for years continue to get churned out with no signs of anything changing anytime soon.
Which is why it’s hard not to marvel at a series or film that manages to offer something even the slightest bit different or fresh from the norm.
English Only, Please is one of those refreshing outliers. Continue reading