Like the book, the film’s strength lies in nostalgia, driven by the main character Roberto’s (Jericho Rosales) narration of his elementary to college days and his present self as a 30-something public school teacher. The story begins with Roberto facing a dilemma about showing up or not to his high school reunion, which to him will only give his career-successful classmates an opportunity to brag about their achievements. Roberto also runs into his erstwhile girlfriend, (un-)named “Special Someone” (Andi Eigenmann) in the film, who he never really got over long after she dumped him in college. These events cause Roberto to feel insecure and unsure of his status in life, prompting him to take a trip down memory lane.
"ABNKKBSNPLAko?! The Movie" is Viva Films' big screen adaptation of Bob Ong’s seminal, and now-classic, book. It’s a light, feel-good comedy-drama that takes a nostalgic look at student life Pinoy-style from the 1980s to the 1990s and beyond. The movie is directed by award-winning veteran Mark Meily ("Crying Ladies," "Baler," "El Presidente") from an adapted script by Palanca winner Ned Trespeces. It stars Jericho Rosales, Andi Eigenmann, Vandolph Quizon, and Meg Imperial.
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