Supremo is a 2012 Filipino epic drama movie starring Alfred Vargas. The Andres Bonifacio film is directed by Richard V. Somes and produced by Alternative Vision Cinema and Strawdogs Studio Productions.
Plot: Manila, year 1896. The cry for independence from the tyranny of Spain peals louder than ever. Andres Bonifacio, leader of the rebel movement the Katipunan, leads his men to war. Though ill-equipped and untried in the field of battle, the Katipuneros launch an offensive against a vastly superior Spanish military.
What follows is a series of events that will test the nation’s brave sons, and an aftermath that will separate the genuine patriots from mere participants.
Supporting Cast: Mon Confiado, Nicco Manalo, Alex Vincent Medina, Edmon Romawac, Shielbert Manuel, Lehner Mendoza, Manu Respall, Jeff Fernandez, Banjo Romero, Alex Cabodil, Nica Naval, Hermie Concepcion
Executive Producers: PM Vargas, Alfred Vargas
Screenplay: Jimmy Flores
Line Producer: Riza Montelibano
Associate Producer: Ellen Ilagan, Maimai Montelibano
Director of Photography: Alex Espartero
Editors: Carlo Francisco Manatad, Joris Fernandez
Musical Scorer: Von De Guzman
Production Manager: Darryl De la Cruz
Sound Engineer: Jedd Chris Dumaguina
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