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Brod: A Pinoy Indie Film About Fraternity and Love

Brod is a 2011 Filipino independent film directed by Ray Gibraltar and produced by Bebs Gohetia. It was an entry to the Cinemanila International Film Festival and received positive reviews from critics and audiences alike. The film explores the themes of fraternity, brotherhood, and love among two men with different ideals and sexualities.

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The film stars Kenjie Garcia as Terence, a gay student who joins a fraternity to prove himself to his father. He meets Tad, played by David Ardie Bascara, a straight frat brother who becomes his best friend and confidant. Their friendship blossoms into something more, but they face challenges from their families, society, and themselves. The film also features Marife Necesito, Xeno Alejandro, Paul Jake Paule, Jess Mendoza, and Nicole Andrew Guila in supporting roles.

Why You Should Watch Brod

Brod is not your typical Pinoy indie film. It is not a clichéd love story or a melodramatic tragedy. It is a realistic and nuanced portrayal of the lives of young men who struggle with their identities and relationships in a conservative culture. The film does not shy away from showing the harsh realities of fraternity violence, homophobia, and discrimination, but it also does not sensationalize or exploit them. Instead, it focuses on the human emotions and motivations behind the actions of the characters.

The film also showcases the talents of its cast and crew. Kenjie Garcia and David Ardie Bascara deliver convincing and heartfelt performances as Terence and Tad, respectively. They have a natural chemistry that makes their scenes together believable and engaging. The cinematography by Maisa Demitillo captures the beauty and grittiness of Manila, while the editing by Ray Gibraltar creates a smooth and coherent narrative. The musical score by Monet Silvestre complements the mood and tone of the film, while the poetry by J.I.E. Teodoro adds depth and meaning to the dialogue.

Where to Watch Brod

Brod is currently available on YouTube . You can watch the trailer [here] or the full movie [here]. You can also check out some of the other Pinoy indie films on Netflix , such as Rakenrol, Iska, Patay Na Si Hesus, Pamilya Ordinaryo, Kung Paano Hinintay ang Dapithapon, and Ang Pangarap Kong Holdap. These films offer a variety of genres and stories that reflect the diversity and creativity of Filipino cinema.

If you are looking for more information about Brod or other Pinoy indie films, you can visit the official website of Bebs Gohetia or follow him on his social media accounts: Tiktok @bebsisms, Facebook , Instagram @bebsisms. You can also read some reviews and articles about Brod [here], [here], and [here].

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