This is not a horror movie
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You do not want to Lilia Cuntapay at the foot of your bed in the middle of the night. You do not want to see her walking around your house or in the garden wearing a long, white flowy dress.
Unless of course you are her relative and have to live with her or see her on a regular basis.
You may not recognize the name, but the face is one you would, if you have watched a Tagalog horror movie or two.
Lilia Cuntapay is the quintessential movie extra who’s always hired to play the aswang or some other apparition.
Put it this way, the makeup department doesn’t have too work hard to make her look the part.
Now, Cinema One Originals in association with Postmanila present Six Degrees of Separation From Lilian Cuntapay.
Written and directed by Antoinette H. Jadaone, the story follows the life of a “popular” bit player nominated for the first time in her 30-year showbiz career. Wanting to deliver the perfect thank you speech, she writes, re-writes, erases and re-writes again as her everyday encounters, pre-Awards Night jitters, and too many unsolicited advice overwhelm her mind.
On December 3, 2011, Saturday, watch Six Degrees of Separation From Lilia Cuntapay at the UP Film Center’s Cine Adarna. Starts at 7:30 PM.
Tickets at Php 100 only. Contact Rem at (0917) 901-2481 to reserve before they run out.

Special Jury Prize, Cinema One Originals Awards 2011
Best Screenplay, Cinema One Originals Awards 2011
Audience Choice Award, Cinema One Originals Awards 2011
Best Editing, Cinema One Originals Awards 2011
Best Actress (Lilia Cuntapay), Cinema One Originals Awards 2011
Best Supporting Actress (Geraldine Villamil), Cinema One Originals Awards 2011

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Must invite the gang to go watch this, isa nang sandigan ng pelikulang Pilipino si Lilia Cuntapay!



I’ve worked with Lilia Cuntapay about 3 times. She’s the quintessential bit player. Diligent, early on the set. 
There was a time, though, that 2 stuntmen came up to me and made a request.
STUNTMAN 1: (while  scratching head): Sir, baka naman pwede mo na lang ilipat si Mommy Lilia sa dressing room nyo.
ME: Bakit?
STUNTMAN : (embarassed): Kasi sir, hinihipuan nya po kami.



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