Oct 16, 2015 Tonight, Magpakailanman presents an inspiring story with the one and only Superstar, Nora Aunor. She breathes life into Nancy Caares, a caregiver, wife and mother who sacrificed everything just to take care of her husband and save her child from drug and alcohol abuse. Sep 06, 2012" Thy Womb" continues Director Brillante Mendoza's successes in the international independent film circuit.
It also brings the longmissed talents of Philippine Superstar Ms. Nora Aunor back on to the big screen. Aug 09, 2012 Nora Aunor's Songs, Images and Movies SI NORA AUNOR SA MGA NORANIAN This unique anthology in Filipino is composed of 49 essays by a varied crosssection of Noranians on their memories of the cultural icon that is Nora Aunor and their confessions of the compelling reasons that drove them to become diehard fans.
MOVING PERFORMANCE. With 'Thy Womb, ' Nora Aunor fans are reminded once again why she is dubbed 'Superstar' of Philippine entertainment. As a storyteller, Brillante is always clever with using metaphors. Thy Womb has several heartwrenching scenes featuring the finest talents in Philippine cinema, including the beautiful Mercedes Cabral in a cameo role. Dec 28, 2012 THY WOMB is the story of Badjao midwife Shaleha (Nora Aunor) and her husband BangasAn (Bembol Roco) in TawiTawi.
Shaleha and her husband live a simple life but she struggles to cope with the irony of her own infertility. See more of THY WOMB starring Ms. Nora Aunor on Facebook. Log In. Forgot account? or. Create New Account. Not Now. Thy Womb tells the story of Shaleha, a midwife who brings life to earth but ironically cannot bear a child due to infertility. to die at the end of the movie. Nora, already a phenomenon at the time, became an actor in Via its postcardworthy landscapes and allconsuming spirituality, Thy Womb is a film that revels in its apparent simplicity, which makes for a compelling and revelatory piece.
Thy Womb (Filipino: Sinapupunan) is a 2012 Filipino drama film starring Nora Aunor, Bembol Roco, Mercedes Cabral, and Lovi Poe. Produced by Center Stage Productions and the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP), Melvin Mangada and Jaime Santiago, the film was written by Henry Burgos and directed by Brillante Mendoza.