Nobody Nobody But Juan

Nobody Nobody But Juan

Nobody, nobody but...Juan tells the story of a U.S.-based senior citizen named Juan (Dolphy) who lives in a senior citizens' home run by his son (Eric Quizon) and daughter-in-law (G. Toengi). Juan's favorite pastime is watching Wowowee on The Filipino Channel, though he does not watch the show just for entertainment's sake. Aside from wanting to connect with the Philippines that he dearly misses, Juan is lonesome for his first love Aida, with whom he lost touch during the Japanese occupation of Manila. Wowowee is Juan's way of coping with homesickness and reliving the past.

Nobody, nobody but...Juan tells the story of a U.S.-based senior citizen named Juan (Dolphy) who lives in a senior citizens' home run by his son (Eric Quizon) and daughter-in-law (G. Toengi). Juan's favorite pastime is watching Wowowee on The Filipino Channel, though he does not watch the show just for entertainment's sake. Aside from wanting to connect with the Philippines that he dearly misses, Juan is lonesome for his first love Aida, with whom he lost touch during the Japanese occupation of Manila. Wowowee is Juan's way of coping with homesickness and reliving the past. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Anna C (au) wrote: I don't know why I watched it till the end...

Anne B (ca) wrote: Jean Dujardin qui baragouine en russe, Cecile de France en femme fatale, une intrigue pleine d'espions et contre-espions, a le fait.

Cody F (au) wrote: Very, very entertaining but the plot can get messy at points.

Darren H (br) wrote: Strange, gay, sad, exciting. All rolled in to one.

Allan M (us) wrote: Thoroughly enjoyed the script and humor, and the acting performances were enjoyable. The relationship between the main characters was well-developed in such a situation, where the traditional means of garnering trust pretty much would fly out the window. A solid watch for sure.

Jessica H (fr) wrote: okay maybe not the best film, but for being a low budget film it is really good. It's worth a look on a rainy day,

Jace L (ru) wrote: One hell of a debut film. In the same realm of Magnolia and Boogie Nights, Hard Eight is a great film and definitely not one that should be overlooked.

Bill T (jp) wrote: Years and years ago, Warner Bros. put out cartoons with carictures of famous people or animals doing stupid things, well, this sort of reminded me of that, but in a late 70's sort of way. Let's have the animal kingdom put out it's own version of the Olympic games and spend one hour and 19 minutes with no plot, just one event after another! Super boring, and filled with gowdawful music you'd only hear from that time period. The only redeeming thing about this is the cheesy graphics introducing each sport. But that's it/

Heather M (kr) wrote: The "future tech" in this old classic film is not the greatest, but the ideas put worth in the plot make up for that.

Viginti T (ca) wrote: Soderbergh's ever bizarre yet fascinating camera work and Spalding's charmingly powerful oratory technique combine here to make what has to be the most intriguing and enthralling talking head film ever made. For eighty minutes i sat entranced by a man sitting at a desk talking about his minor minor eye problem and never once did i even think or dare to look away. Gray's narrative technique spans the neurosis of Allan,the performance of Sellers and a strange savant like memory. All of which work wonderfully with Soderberghs stylistic direction to lend a psychological and almost philosophical depth to an otherwise arbitrarily mundane story. I only wish i could watch him sit at that desk longer.