Debuting director and acclaimed screenwriter Senedy Que's film "Dose" will be shown at Robinsons Galleria this coming week.
Dose is about the unlikely friendship that develops between a curious 12-year-old boy (Edy, an unloved child played by Fritz Chavez) and a lonely gardener (Danny, played by Yul Servo), where the line that defines love and abuse blurs, resulting in a touching, yet disturbing, relationship that defies age and gender.
Playing the grown-up Edy is Emilio Garcia who is 40, a filmmaker. Ray An Dulay is Bobby, Edy’s current boyfriend. Irma Adlawan is Helen, the aunt that takes care of Edy. Arlene Tolibas is Pilay, the maid. Alessandra de Rossi has a special participation.
Screening schedule at Robinsons Galleria is Dec 3, 7pm; Dec 4, 2pm; Dec 5, 10pm; Dec 6, 830pm