Biring is a probinsyana from Bicol who becomes involved in the illegal world of human trafficking. She becomes the right-hand woman of her distant relative Vivian (played by Rosanna Roces).
When she lands in jail for a crime that she did not commit, Biring experiences the slow grind of justice in the Philippines. Through the help of a corrupt lawyer named Gerald (Rocco Nacino), Biring turns the tables on her tormentors. She learns the corrupt practices of the powerful syndicate behind Vivian. The victim eventually becomes the victimizer.
Biring, a probinsyana from Bicol who becomes involved in the illegal world of human trafficking. She becomes the right-hand woman of her distant relative Vivian (played by Rosanna Roces).
Starring: Nora Aunor, Rocco Nacino, Sunshine Dizon, Rosanna Roces, Gardo Versoza, Chynna Ortaleza, Romnick Sarmienta,
Also Starring: Jaime Pebanco, Jeric Gonzales, Mikoy Morales, Ana Feleo, Sue Prado, Tony Mabesa, John Rendez, Hero Bautista, Miles Kanapi, Chanel Latorre, Angela Ruiz, Tosca Seiber, Zarah Saldua, Dennis Coronel
Story and Screenply: Ricardo Lee
Directed By: Joel C. Lamangan
Movie Review :
It was so unfortunate that I started my Cinemalaya experience this year with Joel Lamangan's Hustisya. It was so painful to watch. Ugh!!
The movie reeked as much as the gutters that were shown onscreen. I just couldn't find one redeeming value in it.
It was the typical socio-political commentary you expected from Lamangan that didn't really say anything new.
Even the usually brilliant Nora Aunor got dragged down by all the awfulness. More than her off performance, it was sad to see her struggle.
Her voice was so scratchy and she was having difficulty saying her lines. I refuse to accept that she's way past her prime.
Review by Json Javier