Nora Aunor in KMJS - Philippine Star


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Nora Aunor in KMJS
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MANILA, Philippines - Despite the controversies surrounding her career, her star continues to shine brightly throughout the decades. And now Nora Aunor is back to being active in the industry. Just this week, her horror drama Dementia was released in ...

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Nora aunor shines in her first horror film - Catanduanes Tribune

Nora aunor shines in her first horror film
Catanduanes Tribune
To be sure, nothing in the film is predictable but as it unravels the beauty of Batanes, a sinister tone sets in as a family settles in the ancestral house of Mara Fabre (Nora Aunor) who used to take care of family siblings until her mental illness got ...

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An 'A' grade for 'Dementia' - Inquirer.net


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An 'A' grade for 'Dementia'
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24, is top-billed by Nora Aunor. She portrays Mara Fabre, who is diagnosed with dementia and is brought by her family to her hometown in Batanes in the hope of jogging her memory. Instead of recalling familiar places and faces, she starts seeing ...
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'Dementia': Into the dark, racking realm of paranoia - Inquirer.net


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'Dementia': Into the dark, racking realm of paranoia
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It is apparent Intalan wants to evade this usual drawback by creating a grisly dramatic tableau painting the life of Mara Fabre (Nora Aunor), a semi-retired teacher that has been struggling with dementia. The attempt to remedy her mental decay becomes ...

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'Dementia' Review: Phantoms in paradise - Rappler


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'Dementia' Review: Phantoms in paradise
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Near the end of the film, Intalan unleashes Aunor's powers. In its climactic scene, Intalan suddenly makes use of a rare extreme close-up, on Aunor's evocative eyes, trembling and pregnant with decades' worth of memories breaking free from their cages.

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Another Aunor making waves in music - Manila Standard Today


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Another Aunor making waves in music
Manila Standard Today
SHE is the niece of the country's one and only Superstar and the people's National Artist…Nora Aunor. But, Marion Aunor who is becoming a celebrated singer and recording artist tries her very best not to mention her auntie's name. Not because she or ...

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Movies playing this week: 'Rurouni Kenshin,' Dementia' and more - Rappler


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Movies playing this week: 'Rurouni Kenshin,' Dementia' and more
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MANILA, Philippines – A Japanese warrior finds himself faced with a choice to kill or be killed, and a woman's presence in an ancestral home brings disturbing visions. Rurouni Kenshin: The Legend Ends and Dementia lead this week's line-up of movies at ...

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Mixed results for AiAi and Eugene - Inquirer.net


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Mixed results for AiAi and Eugene
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Marlon Dagarag, businessman: “I was prepared to see the supporting players of 'Dementia' fare not as well as its star, Nora Aunor. I was wrong! Jasmine Curtis-Smith was a revelation, as were Bing Loyzaga and Lou Veloso. The film benefits from its good ...

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Coming soon: Brillante Mendoza's towering Filipino drama Thy Womb - Chicago Reader


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Coming soon: Brillante Mendoza's towering Filipino drama Thy Womb
Chicago Reader
Thanks to the Filipino series running all month at the Siskel Center, Chicagoans can finally catch up with two of the most talked-about directors in global art cinema today—Lav Diaz, whose J.R. Jones-recommended Norte, the End of History screens again ...

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Well-deserved accolade for Mr. C - Inquirer.net

Well-deserved accolade for Mr. C
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Michael Obenieta, writer: “At 61, Nora Aunor is as strong as ever. True, she's now a senior citizen, but she has finished five films so far this year! She's about to shoot another one, about the 'Yolanda' devastation, later this month. That's something ...

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