Sunday, October 22, 2017

Allen Dizon Wins Another International Best Actor Word As The Deaf Mute Hero Of 'Bomba' At The Warsaw Filmfest In Poland

 
ALLEN DIZON has won best actor awards in other international film festivals before for his films “Magkakabaung” and “Iadya Mo Kami”. He now wins another international acting award for his performance in the controversial film, “Bomba”, which was initially given an X rating by the local MTRCB, later changed to an R-13 rating upon second review.

“Bomba” is written and directed by Ralston Jover and the film garnered the Special Jury Award last Saturday for the performances of Allen and his co-star, teen star Angeli Nicole Sanoy at the A-lister 33rd Warsaw International Filmfest. Allen was present in Warsaw, Poland to personally receive his award, including producer Dennis Evangelista and the film’s writer-director Ralston Jover.



Allen played the role of a deaf-mute and he studied sign language to be credible in his role. Angeli plays a girl who people thought is his daughter but turns out to be his ward and they are actually illicit lovers. After this, Allen plays the role of a blind cook in “Persons of Interest”, also helmed by Jover. “Iikutin ko raw lahat ng disabilities sa various roles na gagampanan ko,” he quips.



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