In time with the Centennial Anniversary of Philippine Cinema, SM Cinema proudly presents the Philippines’ biggest cinematic epic to date, Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral.
The second installment to the TBA Studios’ historical trilogy, Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral follows the events happened after Heneral Luna focusing to the life of one of the youngest Filipino generals during the Philippine-American War, General Gregorio del Pilar. The final installment of the historical saga will be the film about former Philippine president Manuel L. Quezon.
Regarded as one of the most trusted and loyal generals of President Emilio Aguinaldo, Gen. Gregorio del Pilar will have to face not only the Americans during the revolution but also the consequences of his decisions and actions being the henchman of President Aguinaldo.
The historical epic is a salutation to the fallen heroes of the Philippine revolution and a dedication to the 100th year celebration of Philippine Cinema.
Directed by Jerrold Tarog, the film feature actors Paulo Avelino as Gen. Gregorio del Pilar, Carlo Aquino as Col. Vicente Enriquez, Mon Confiado as President Emilio Aguinaldo, Epy Quizon as Apolinario Mabini, Arron Villaflor as Joven Hernando, Gwen Zamora as Remedios Nable Jose, Empress Schuck as Felicidad Aguinaldo, Che Ramos-Cosio as Hilaria Aguinaldo, Art Acuna as Maj. Manuel Bernal, Rafa Siguion-Reyna as Col. Julian del Pilar and Benjamin Alvez as Lt. Manuel Quezon.
Catch Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral in SM Cinema branches nationwide. Book your tickets through the website, www.smcinema.com or download the SM Cinema mobile app. You may also follow /SMCinema on Facebook and @SM_Cinema on Instagram for updates.
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