At dahil first option si Bogs, pag na-double team siya, pak, pasa ang bola sa akin (And because Bogs was the first option, if he was double teamed, the pass will come to me). Kundi sa susunod baka hindi na ako mabigyan ng bola, sa iba na mapupunta ang pasa (I have to make the shot.
If not, I may not be given the ball the next time and it will be to another player)." Bernal directed and wrote his first film, "Pagdating Sa Dulo" (At The Top), in 1971.
Under his name is a broad range of film genres and themes: historical dramas like "El Vibora" (The Viper), and the Bonifacio episode in the unreleased "Lahing Pilipino" (The Filipino Race); sophisticated comedies like "Tisoy" (Mestizo), "Pabling" (Playboy), "Working Girls I" and "Working Girls II"; experimental films like "Nunal Sa Tubig" (Speck In The Water) and "Himala" (Miracle); and contemporary dramas exploring human psyches and social relationships, such as "Ligaw Na Bulaklak" (Wildflower), "Mister Mo, Lover Boy Ko" (Your Husband, My Lover), "Ikaw Ay Akin" (You Are Mine), "Relasyon" (The Affair), "Aliw" (Pleasure) and the film classic "Manila By Night" (or "City After Dark").
His sturdy filmography is mainly clustered around the themes and problems that inevitably encrust the "social" as the core of personal malaise. She was introduced to the producer Baby Martinez of MBM Productions through a common friend.
He won the Urian for best director four times for "Dalawang Pugad, Isang Ibon" (Two Nests, One Bird), 1977; "Broken Marriage", 1983; "Hinugot Sa Langit" (Wrenched From Heaven), 1985; and "Pahiram Ng Isang Umaga" (Lend Me One Morning), 1989; and the best screenplay for "City After Dark", 1980.
His film "Pagdating Sa Dulo", won for him the FAMAS for best screenplay award while "Himala" (Miracle), 1982, garnered nine major awards in the Metro Manila Film Festival.
Kaya lalo kong hinasa ang jumpshot ko, tapos nadagdagan pa ng fadeaway (That's why I really harnessed my jumpshot, and also added a fadeaway).
The scene captures it all: the decadence of the Martial Law regime, along with its perverse aspirations to art, has doomed the destinies of Filipinos.
From that time on, Bernal was established as an innovative and intelligent filmmaker who would not be content with conventional formulas of local film making.
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Perez did films included "Pagdating Ng Takip-Silim" (1956), "Chabacano" (1956), "Pampanguena" (1956), "Gigolo" (1956), "Ate Barbara" (1957), "Kalabog En Bosyo" (1959) and "Tatlong Ilaw Sa Dambana" (1958).In this film we catch a glimpse into what Ishmael Bernal's ouvre would prefigure for the industry: it is a scene showing an aspiring actress (played by Rita Gomez) pondering on dreams blooming in deserts of desolation and dying out in a mirage that painfully conjures images of squatter colonies and sordid lives.