Saturday, January 4, 2020

Sunod

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Single mom Olivia (Carmina Villaroel) is forced to crash a university job fair despite not being a fresh graduate and gets lucky in getting hired as a call center agent. She is in desperate need of income to support the medical expenses of her sick child Anelle (Krystal Brimner), whose heart condition requires constant hospitalization. Her transition to the night shift is perfect as she can work at night and then spend the day at the hospital to be with her teenage daughter. Through the support of her supervisor Lance (JC Santos), she adapts quickly. One night, in the dilapidated building where they work, she runs into a quiet kid who calls herself Nerisa (Rhed Bustamante). Thinking she’s an officemate’s daughter who got lost in the dark hallways, she leads her out of the building where the girl rapidly vanishes. Soon enough, Olivia’s efforts are acknowledged by their dragon lady boss Karen (Mylene Dizon), the daughter of the company owner. Anelle’s illness also disappears, something modern medicine can barely explain. It doesn’t take long before mother realizes that her newly rejuvenated daughter is not really who she thinks she is.

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