That Thing Called Tadhana in the midst of the Holy Week

A tender unfolding

Holy Week feels like we’re playing house in our borrowed little home. Honestly, we’re not used to keeping the house to ourselves. We’ve been living with my family ever since we married and in return, we shoulder the expenses.

On days like this, when we are left to ourselves, we like to make a sea of pillows and sheets on the floor where we’ll spend most of the day idling about or cycling through a series of anything decent and watchable. Thursday was the start of our three-day potato days. We began with waking-up-early-but-still-later-than-usual, movies, and eating here and there. Luckily, in between watching staple films in our daughter’s list, we were able to squeeze in That Thing Called Tadhana.

That Thing Called Tadhana
Genre: Romantic Comedy, Filipino Film
Director: Antoinette Jadaone
Year: 2015

“For those who loved.
Who were hurt.
And yet chose to love again.
…You idiots.”

I knew I…

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