Eugene Domingo is back as “Eugene Domingo” in this much-anticipated follow-up to the independent box-office hit movie, Ang Babae sa Septic Tank. Together with her director/writer (Rainier), her line producer (Jocelyn) and their rookie production assistant (Lennon), Eugene prepares for her comeback vehicle after a long sabbatical from moviemaking. Rainier proposes “The Itinerary,” a heartbreaking anatomy of a crumbling marriage as told through a couple’s trip to Baguio, their former honeymoon location. Eugene Domingo is excited by the project but she has other ideas in mind. In the film-within-the-film, we see Eugene’s absurd suggestions and recommendations — changing Rainier’s script by employing the poetics of the Pinoy romantic comedy genre into what is supposedly a realistic portrayal of love and marriage.
Jericho Rosales, Kean Cipriano, Cai Cortez, Khalil Ramos with Joel Torre and Eugene Domingo.
With the special participation of Agot Isidro, Inigo Pascual, Ricci Chan, Hannah Ledesma. Introducing Gui Adorno and Bb. Joyce Bernal
Marlon N. Rivera
Marlon Rivera took his Bachelor of Arts in Communications at the Ateneo de Manila University in 1987. He directed his first play at the Bulwagang Gantimpala Summer Workshop from 1983 to 1985. He entered PTV 4 as a researcher and production assistant after the EDSA Revolution. Then, in 1988, he went into advertising becoming an associate creative director within three months. Since then, he has been a copywriter, producer, production designer, make-up artist, stylist, assistant director for TV commercials. He has written for concerts, TV shows and documentaries. For seven years, he taught Visual-Verbal Communication in the Viscom Department of the College of Fine Arts, University of the Philippines. in 2009, he and Chris Martinez set up Martinez-Rivera Films to produce “100” for Cinemalaya. While Chris wrote and directed that film, Marlon was co-producer and creative consultant. Ang Babae sa Septic Tank 2 is Marlon’s 6th full feature film.