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ANNE CURTIS covers Rogue’s Cinema Issue as the driving force to Erik Matti’s audacious new thriller Buy Bust. Philbert Dy offers a glimpse into the making of the film’s most challenging sequence—a single three-minute shot where the actress pushes herself further than ever before. GOODFELLAS: Emil Hofileña sits down with the diverse cast of Raya Martin’s upcoming Smaller and Smaller Circles, whose unexpected synergy on and off set reveals a powerful kinship among actors otherwise separated by age and experience. ANGER MANAGEMENT: With the forthcoming release of Citizen Jake, Mike de Leon’s first film in almost 20 years, Philbert Dy reflects on the legendary auteur’s infamous temperament, and the tolerance we show for our heroes’ bad behavior. DIRECTOR’S CUTS: Mario Cornejo, Quark Henares, and Samantha Lee pay homage to the filmmakers who inspired, disturbed, and moved them to become directors themselves—from Paul Thomas Anderson’s ambition, to David Lynch’s eccentricity, to Wes Anderson’s honesty. BREATHLESS: A tribute to the restless energy and wistful sentiment of the French New Wave movement in cinema, and its impact on fashion and pop culture as we know it today. LOST IN TRANSLATION: Three Filipino crewmembers from Wong Kar-wai’s seminal Days of Being Wild speak to Emil Hofileña about their race against time to wrap production on a classic that almost never made it to the big screen. PLUS: Four striking locations made immortal by their appearances in film; the colossal academic undertakings of the EYE Film Institute in the Netherlands; and a tribute to National Artist Rolando Tinio as genius and mentor.

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