Official trailer of upcoming movie 'Tililing' goes viral
- The official trailer of upcoming movie “Tililing” is now released to the public
- It was published on February 10 via the official YouTube channel and social media pages of VinCentiments
- The said movie directed by Darryl Yap deals with mental illness, as seen in the trailer
- It stars prominent artists Baron Geisler, Gina Pareño, Chad Kinis, and Donnalyn Bartolome
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The official trailer of upcoming movie “Tililing” has been released.
The trailer was published on Wednesday, February 10, on VinCentiments' YouTube channel and Facebook page amid controversy that the movie faced because of its poster.
"Hindi masakit matawag na Baliw, dahil ang Baliw ay maysakit at Walang ginagawang masama."
"Ang masama ay ang manakit at may nabaliw sa sakit dahil sa iyong ginawa," the caption says.
The said trailer then immediately garnered different reactions from its viewers.
Here are some of the comments from netizens:
“’Don't judge the book by it's cover’. It really suits this”
“DIREK DARRYL YAP NGAYON PALANG KINO-CONGRATULATE NA KITA. Grabe trailer palang to ha, masyadong ginalingan”
“I only feel goosebumps through this entire video! gosh!”
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“Isa ako sa mga hindi pumuna ng poster at pamagat. Hinintay ko muna ang mailan-ilang laman ng kwento bago husgahan at masasabi kong mahusay ka talaga, Direk Darryl!”
“Napakapowerful ng trailer. My Gawd. At first I thought it was a horror movie then turns into comedy then I got curious already.”
“Wow! Who's with me... smelling and sensing many Awards for this film!”
Watch the trailer here:
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“Tililing” is a movie that deals with mental illness and is directed by Darryl Yap. The film stars Baron Geisler, Gina Pareño, Chad Kinis, and Donnalyn Bartolome.
In a previous report by KAMI, Liza Soberano said that she did not like the movie’s poster because it seems to not be taking mental illness seriously. However, she added that she is hoping that the movie will be able to raise awareness about the reality of mental illness.
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After Liza was bashed by some netizens for judging the film, Baron Geisler posted online to defend the actress. He said that Liza meant well and that she was just being protective of her advocacy.
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