Ebolusyon ng Isang Pamilyang Pilipino

Ebolusyon ng Isang Pamilyang Pilipino

Evolution of a Filipino Family is a Filipino experimental film co-produced, edited, written and directed by Lav Diaz. At 643 minutes (10 hours and 43 minutes), it is among the longest films ever made. It earned Diaz international critical acclaim and is noted for introducing many of Diaz' cinematic trademarks. The film won Best Picture and Best Production Design at the Gawad Urian.


Variety described the film: "Lav Diaz’s Evolution of a Filipino Family patiently and methodically observes the collapse and hopeful revival of a poor farming clan, meant to symbolize a nation’s history spanning 1971 to 1987," during and immediately after the authoritarian rule of Ferdinand Marcos.


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    contentLocation Philippines
    director Lav Diaz
    editor Lav Diaz
    keywords farm ferdinand marcos
    producer Lav Diaz Paul Tanedo
    productionCompany Ebolusyon Productions Paul Tañedo Inc. Sine Olivia
    theme experimental