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BOSES is set to have a homecoming wide release on July 31 exclusively in SM Cinemas nationwide, through the full support and endorsement of World Vision, DepEd, CHED, Jesuit Communications, CBCP-Episcopal Commission for the Youth, Veritas, and Youth Pinoy. Boses is granted by Cinemalaya, UNICEF, DSWD, CWC, NCCA, FDCP, and Casa San Miguel.

This 2008 Cinemalaya Film might be 5 years old before it will be shown in cinemas vias SM but the story of love and music shown by its  It's great to review Filipino Pinoy Indie Movies which gave a lot of inspiration and also a lot of international recognition to the country.

Boses shares the story of Onyok who was taken to a children's shelter after being rescued from his abusive father. Though safe from his father he had a hard time to adjust to his new home and friends which some he had a hard time to get along with. He then meets Ariel who plays the violin. Soon Onyok and Ariel share the love of the stringed instrument and a growing bond with each other.

Indie film “Boses” strikes a chord wherever it is shown

Almost 100,000 and still growing in viewership!

The viewership is growing for a small independent film that has been making the rounds of screenings here in the Philippines and abroad since 2008.

The film is “Boses” and it is the story of a boy made mute due to unbearable circumstances, and the friendship he forges when he learns to play the violin under a reclusive mentor who is also dealing with personal issues. Starring seasoned thespians Cherry Pie Picache, Ricky Davao, and Meryll Soriano, and first-time actors Coke Bolipata and Julian Duque, “Boses” has been shown in at least nine countries around the world, and over 50 schools and communities in Metro Manila and Philippine provinces, since its big debut at the 4th Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival. “Boses” makes its way to SM Cinemas on July 31.


I have been seeing the trailer of this indie movie BOSES in many of the movie premiere I went to since last year. And actually I was impressed with the trailer, and they did not just did it with the trailer but also with its screening.

Boses will finally be shown in SM Cinemas this July 31, 2013. And I hope this film does well and will be loved by many. Since we do see the rise of Filipinos going to be the cinemas, better to watch a quality movie like this. Boses stars Cherry Pie Picache, Ricky Davao, Meryl Soriano, Coke Bolipata and the child wonder Julian Duque.

From the trailer it shows a story of a abused boy who then discovers his love of music especially with the violin. However he faces challenges with the people around him especially his parents. Also you will be awed with the musical prowess of Julian with the violin. Well you can even check the trailer below to see it for yourself.

Boses is directed by Ellen Ongkeko Marfil.