A Moro child soldier aspires to become a baseball player amidst an all-out war.
Amir, a 17-year-old Moro child soldier whose father was killed in an all-out war in 2000, dreams to live a different life – he wants to become a baseball player. Training extensively with his coach, he makes it to the final tryout of a local university. Unfortunately, another all-out war against Moro rebels breaks out in 2003, and he is confronted with making a choice between pursuing his dream or fighting in the war.
Tommy Alejandrino, JM San Jose, Tess Antonio, Don Melvin Boongaling, Sue Prado, Pongs Leonardo, Joel Saracho, Bon Lentejas, Ely Cellan, Arnold Reyes (special participation)
DIRECTOR Carlo Obispo
SCREENPLAY Carlo Obispo
EDITOR Zig Dulay
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY Marvin Reyes
MUSIC SCORER Pepe Manikan
SOUND DESIGN Alex Tomboc
PRODUCTION DESIGNER Michael Bayot
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER Rommel Carlos
Armed conflicts ruin the basic necessities of life. Families are broken apart, opportunities are lost. Dreams – especially those of the children, if they even had the chance to have any – are shattered. Unfortunately, up to this day, wars still continue to destroy the lives of many. Children are always the most vulnerable. The impact of war adversely affects the life trajectory of the young ones. But this is always being overlooked. This film is made to take a closer examination of the distressing battles children have to fight because of the decisions that adults make.