On The Job: A Review

I think On the Job is the kind of film brave enough to reveal the harshest reality Pinoy mainstream cinema can ever tell. Its several displays of power play, human’s capacity for violence, and family dynamics makes it one of the [most] well-crafted films of this generation. This is definitely a must-watch!

PS. It is the kind of film that sticks with you after you’ve watched it, especially right after paranoia kicks in.