Katips Director Vince Tañada Reacts to Cory Aquino’s Scene in Maid in Malacañang

Here’s the reaction of Vince Tañada to Cory Aquino’s scene in Maid in Malacañang

VINCE TAÑADA – The director, writer, and one of the lead stars of the musical movie Katips has reacted to Cory Aquino’s Scene in Maid in Malacañang.

Vince Tañada
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Katips is a musical drama film written and directed by Vincent M. Tañada.

It is about a group of student activists from the Katipunan area of Quezon City who struggled to protest the imposition of nationwide martial law in the 1970s.

The film stars Jerome Ponce, Vince Tañada, Mon Confiado, Sazchna Laparan, Nicole Laurel Asensio and to name a few.

On the other hand, Maid in Malacañang is a movie about the last 72 hours of the Marcos family in the Palace.

It stars Cesar Montano as former President Ferdinand Marcos Sr., Diego Loyzaga as President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., Cristine Reyes as Senator Imee Marcos, and Ruffa Gutierrez as Imelda Romualdez Marcos and Ella Cruz as Irene Marcos.

While those who will portray as house helpers of the Marcos family are Elizabeth Oropesa as Yaya Lucy, Beverly Salviejo as Yaya Biday, and Karla Estrada as Yaya Santa.

The movie is directed by controversial director, Darryl Yap.

The two controversial films aired in theaters on August 3.

But in an interview with DZRH, Vince Tañada said the scene showing former President Cory Aquino playing mahjong should have not been included in the movie.

“Sana hindi na nilagay ni Darryl Yap. Dahil yun ang sa palagay kong walang dahilan,” he said.

“Yung nag-ma-mahjong yung mga madre kasama si Cory Aquino – yun po ang sa palagay ko napaka sakit na ilagay ng isang alagad ng sining gamit ang poetic justice or artistic license,” he added.

According to Vince Tañada, he watch the film to know exactly what the scene was all about.

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