Reel Filipina: Sao Mi Daytoy

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This film wants to convey discomfort to its audience by blatantly discussing an imposed social awkwardness topic yet should suppose to be a natural occurrence that women experience, menstruation. It applies dark humor to the narration and continuously shot in sustaining the little details that depicts the usual responses of the society to the main topic. The film wants to project the dichotomy of social classes on their approach of social taboos which are all-powerful in their own ways. This film portrays the aim of accepting natural occurrences in women as part of the society, which truly supports the idea of equality among society not only in gender and social classes but also in the labor environment and various family structures. It gives hope to an enabled world of normalizing what is the reality of various groups and eradicating the concept of marginalization which is an idealistic concept of a hierarchal truth of people with a top-bottom view perspective. In an equal world, it is true can become an enabled world.

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