Writer-director Darryl Yap excited fans of his work as he dropped the latest trailer of his upcoming boys love (BL) series Sakristan through the YouTube channel of VinCentiments, his short films page.
On his official Facebook account, Yap, who is also the director of the controversial short film KPL | #AYUdamn, which allegedly stereotyped single mothers, posted a link of the limited series’ trailer, while giving a glimpse of what it is all about.
“habang patuloy na niyayakap ng mundo ang iba’t-ibang anyo ng pagmamahal. paparating na ang isang pambihirang kwento na yayanig sa nag-iisang Kristyanong bansa sa Asya,” he said.
The Jowable director adds how the series will discuss the importance of sacrifice, affirmation, faith, and love all in 8 episodes.
“Sama-sama na nating mararanasan ang pinakaaabangang online series na tatalakay sa kahalagahan ng sakripisyo, paninindigan, pananampalataya at sa hindi matatawarang kapangyarihan ng pag-ibig,” he teases.
The trailer, which features the voice of Marion Aunor performing “Delikado”, follows two boys played by Henry Villanueva and Clifford Pusing. The pair finds company in each other inside a church where the altar boy (Villanueva) is serving.
The series also stars Xavier Reyes, Loren Mariñas, and Neil Villanueva, with the special participation of Jobelyn Manuel, the star of Yap’s viral Jowable short film that turned into the Kim Molina-led blockbuster film. It will have its nationwide premiere on May 31.
As of writing, Sakristan’s trailer is ranked #22 on YouTube’s trending spot in the Philippines. Curious to know why? Watch the trailer below!
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