Ang Babaeng Allergic Sa Wi-Fi “Porke walang signal, wala na kayo?”
A standout amongst the most anticipated sections in the festival after its trailer became a web sensation over the web.
After very nearly a time of pausing, audiences at last get the opportunity to see Jun Lana’s enthusiasm venture, “Ang Babaeng Allergic Sa WiFi” featuring Sue Ramirez, Jameson Blake, and Markus Paterson. The film is an official entry to the Pista Ng Pelikulang Pilipino from August 15-21, 2018.
Fortunately, we can watch the advance screening last evening of “Ang Babaeng Allergic to Wifi” at SM Megamall Directors Club together with Executive Jun Robles Lana and the cast of the film. It enables the watchers to understand the significance of reality and what are the things that we will miss when we are constantly on the web and lesson about love telling that distance and lack of connection shouldn’t be a problem if he truly loves her. Much the same as what her mom says, “Porke walang signal, wala na kayo?”
Norma is an ordinary girl, and like most girls her life (and love life) revolves around technology. One day she is diagnosed with Electro Magnetic Hyper-Sensitivity -an unussual illness that makes her literally allergic to Wi-Fi, data signals, etc. So she is forced to move in with her Grandmother in the province and learns to live a much simpler life that will impact her relationship with Leo and her friendship with Leo’s brother, Aries.
The unique story that will truly pierce you right in the heart; the film is an absolute necessity watch and exceedingly recommended to everybody. Likewise observe to carry a considerable measure of tissues for highly emotional content.
In creating the film, Cignal Entertainment, Octobertrain Films and The IdeaFirst Company, need watchers to see the world with new eyes, and esteem what important connections are about all overagain.
CIGNAL ENTERTAINMENT, the new original substance division of CIGNAL, in organization THE IDEAFIRST Organization and OCTOBERTRAIN Movies, shows a new take a gander at adoration in the advanced age with “Ang Babaeng Allergic Sa WiFi.”