Silip (1985)

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Directed by:  Elwood Perez

Stars: Sarsi Emmanuelle, Maria Isabel Lopez and Myra Manibog

Language:  English, Tagalog (2tracks)  + Commentary Eng (3rd track) | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: Philippines | Imdb Info | Ar: 1.85:1 | Brrip

Also known as:  Daughters of Eve

DescriptionA young woman, who has chosen celibacy, turns to religion, and demonize men, in order to control her intense sexual desire. Her sister suddenly visits her seaside village, which opens many old wounds and leads to tragedies.

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5.60GB | 125:47mins | 1280×690 | mkv
https://tezfiles.com/file/c871e32381f6a/Silip.1985.mkv

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9 Responses to Silip (1985)

  1. EpicCountDooku says:

    Any suggestions for films like Silip? I liked it very much.

  2. pastcat says:

    Hmm, in spite of the good reviews I feel people should be warned about the extremely grim animal cruelty in the first few minutes.

    • Ali says:

      I think the story of “Silip” is referencing some Biblical story, the animal “sacrifice” in the beginning of the film has it’s symbolic meaning..but yes, it’s an extremely graphic and appalling scene; as bad as anything from “Cannibal Holocaust.” Another Filipino movie. “Insiang” opens with a similar scene, with pigs being slaughtered. Both films are critically acclaimed though, and those scenes must be endured if you want to see these classic films.

  3. Ali says:

    It’s great that “Silip: Daughters of Eve” did not suffer the same fate as so many Filipino movies from the 70’s-80’s. Apparently they didn’t see the value in preserving these films, so many fantastic movies, such as the erotic masterpiece “Scorpio Nights” are lost, and can only be seen via old, decaying VHS tapes. “Silip” is another genre masterpiece, and the fact that the print survived is a miracle.

  4. richarte says:

    Thank you!

  5. Robbytag says:

    not to miss movie . It has everything for everybody . Sex ,smut , voyeur , tragedy , good story, good movie

  6. Phaota says:

    Commentary is with Filipino film expert Andrew Leavold.

  7. mr. fidel says:

    thanks rarelust.

  8. rarelust says:

    upgraded

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