I cried a river when I came home
Our land was diagnosed with broken bones.
As if a stampede occurred, ran down by centaurs,
Weeping were the clouds, disappointed ancestors.
(Text by Rey Anthony Ostria; Illustration by Mark Francis Banay)
I’m a big film and television series buff. I like to spend my free time (if I have any), watching different movies and shows to entertain myself, be amazed and learn new facts that I can keep for references or just to satisfy my craving for good entertainment.
The hype surrounding A Quiet Place died down, but we’re here to revive it because it’s time to talk about what that movie really means for us Filipinos.
But first, a little bit of background. This is John Krasinski’s third film as helmer. You probably know him from the American version of comedy show The Office. If you haven’t seen the show and you Google his character Jim Halpert, it might take a while to process the transformation from that character to his character in A Quiet Place.