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Virgin Forest is a 1985 Filipino period film directed by Peque Gallaga. A self-described B-movie, it stars Sarsi Emmanuel, who plays a barrio lass of Chinese ancestry; Miguel Rodriguez, as a Filipino-Spanish illustrado; and, Abel Jurado, who plays the lover of Sarsi's character.
|Directed by||Peque Gallaga|
|Screenplay by||Rosauro Q. de la Cruz|
|Story by||T.E. Pagaspas|
|Produced by||Lily Yu Monteverde|
|Edited by||Jess Navarro|
|Music by||Jaime Fabregas|
The film is set in the 1900s during the First Philippine Republic. Macabebe soldiers are trying to capture Emilio Aguinaldo. Alfonisto (Miguel Rodriguez) and Chayong (Sarsi Emmanuel) are caught up in this pursuit and in a love triangle. In the end, Aguinaldo is captured and the Macabebe soldiers are killed.
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