the woman in the septic tank

March 17th: This Day in Bones History

March 17th, 2011: The Blackout in the Blizzard

David Boreanaz directs this episode that requires deft navigation of physical spaces as B&B become trapped in an old elevator with a set of bleachers during a blackout. They must communicate with Sweets in person and Hodgins, Angela, Cam, and Wendell in the lab in order to solve the case of a woman killed while trying to help women out of a trafficking scheme, and they must communicate with one another as the conversation turns toward their relationship, choices they’ve made, and a hope for the future.

March 17th, 2014: The Repo Man in the Septic Tank

The team solves the case of a man found trying to escape a septic tank. The case reveals the man had several enemies, but ironically he was killed by his parole officer, and the team gets the solve due to Brennan posing as a security guard.

And after a new intern, Fuentes, flirts with Brennan, B&B reiterate the value of their monogamous relationship.
The Woman in a Septic Tank: Film Review - The Hollywood Reporter

“ANG BABAE SA SEPTIC TANK” MOVIE REVIEW ON THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER - good thoughts from international media. i am proud! though don’t hate me, i regret missing this film, i do not know why…i am waiting for the dvd, anyone?

edit1: yes drea, looks like we missed a riot, we shall wait together. :)

edit 2: kuya friendship, good to know i am not alone. ;)


Ang Babae sa Septic Tank (The Woman in the Septic Tank)

“Cinemalaya’s Box Office Hit of All Time”

Director: Marlon Rivera

Producers: Chris Martinez, Marlon Riveral, Josabeth Alonso, John Victor Tence

Writer: Chris Martinez


Eugene Domingo

Kean Cipriano

JM De Guzman

Cai Cortez


The film chronicles a day in the life of three ambitious, passionate but misguided filmmakers as they set out to do a quick pre-production, a courtesy call to their lead actress, Eugene Domingo, and an ocular inspection of their film’s major location, the Payatas dumpsite. Director Rainier (Kean Cipriano), Producer Bingbong (JM De Guzman) and Production Assistant Jocelyn (Cai Cortez) are well-to-do, well-educated film school graduates who are dead set on making an Oscar worthy film.

A movie that’s so much worth my time and money. :) I watched it twice and I’m glad I did.

Kean Cipriano = ^_^

Eugene Domingo = :D :D :D