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Decades before the rise of liberalism in Spanish-era colonial Philippines, a young charismatic preacher leads a movement for equality and religious freedom for his fellow native Filipinos. He is hailed as the Christ of the Tagalogs, but is sentenced to death for heresy by both Church and State.
Apolinario dela Cruz, known as Hermano Puli, was shot and quartered on November 4,1841-three decades before the execution of the GOMBURZA. Among all of the Filipino heroes, Hermano Puli stands alone for leading the only revolt against the Spanish colonial government in the name of religious freedom. This film sheds light on one of the most fascinating, yet almost forgotten, figures in Philippine History.
Director: Gil Portes
Writer: Enrique Ramos
Stars: Aljur Abrenica, Allen Abrenica, Vin Abrenica, Archi Adamos, Bernard Carritero, Stella Cañete, Menggie Cobarrubias, Louise de los Reyes, Abel Estanislao, Simon Ibarra, Kuya Manzano, Kiko Matos, Diva Montelaba, Ross Pesigan, Enzo Pineda, Sue Prado, Natileigh Sitoy, Markki Stroem