'Juana C. the Movie' tackles heavy issues





Mae Paner, aka Juana Change plays a happy-go-lucky member of an indigenous tribe living in the mountains. Her community pins its hopes on her to save their ancestral land. So she goes to Manila where she reinvents herself as a salon-pampered kolehiyala and becomes a high-class, plus-size escort. Her trade brings her to the doorsteps of Philippine power. Juana will use all of her fabulous 250 pounds to fight the good fight against corruption and apathy. 




The “Juana C. the Movie” will hit theaters May 29.

The film will also star  John James Uy, Angelina Kanapi, Annicka Dolonius, Niňo Mulach, Ronnie Lazaro and Joel Torres. Directed by Jade Castro.

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