It's definitely a breath of fresh air to get to see this kind of Filipino movie. Part of their marketing is that this is the first AmazonPrime-produced filipino movie and i'd say it really did not disappoint. I would not say this is original since It's taking pages off Agatha Christie's novels - i observed touches of 'Ten Little Indians' (And Then There Were None),'ABC Murder'. 'Black Coffee' and 'Murder on the Orient Express'. But since Christie's novels aren't really big here in Asia it would pass to be something new for Filipinos. Execution and script is great - It embodied local culture discussing the reality in a life of a mistress, female empowerment and self-respect. Concept is well executed and the satirical aspects were timely. Cinematography is great and I think the production team did a great job selecting the actor/actresses. Kudos to all the 'mistresses' as they were all brilliant in their own way. I just think it would have been better if each of the mistresses' backstory (or murder motive) were highlighted -as that would have added to the mystery theme. It would have been generic had it not been for the comedic antics and sequences. It was a fun movie overall and definitely above average. Thumbs up to all the cast and crew for a well-delivered, enjoyable 2 hours.
On the eve of his 60th birthday, newly widowed billionaire Valentin Esposo gathers his ten mistresses to make amends for the way he has treated them. In the past, Valentin was always on the lookout for the next pretty young thing. But now, he claims that the death of his wife has made him re-assess the way he was living his life. Now, he wants to start anew.—Amazon Prime Video
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