Filipino writer and director Jun Robles Lana poses after an interview with the Associated Press in suburban Quezon City, north of Manila, Philippines on Wednesday Sept. 26, 2012. Lana's film “Bwakaw”, an indie drama that explores the loneliness and missed opportunities of an ailing, 70-year-old gay man has tested the local sensibilities about sexuality and, if it passes the Academy Awards’ nomination process, may get a shot as the country’s entry for the best foreign-language film next year.(AP Photo/Aaron Favila)

Associated Press
Filipino writer and director Jun Robles Lana poses after an interview with the Associated Press in suburban Quezon City, north of Manila, Philippines on Wednesday Sept. 26, 2012. Lana's film “Bwakaw”, an indie drama that explores the loneliness and missed opportunities of an ailing, 70-year-old gay man has tested the local sensibilities about sexuality and, if it passes the Academy Awards’ nomination process, may get a shot as the country’s entry for the best foreign-language film next year.(AP Photo/Aaron Favila)
Filipino writer and director Jun Robles Lana poses after an interview with the Associated Press in suburban Quezon City, north of Manila, Philippines on Wednesday Sept. 26, 2012. Lana's film “Bwakaw”, an indie drama that explores the loneliness and missed opportunities of an ailing, 70-year-old gay man has tested the local sensibilities about sexuality and, if it passes the Academy Awards’ nomination process, may get a shot as the country’s entry for the best foreign-language film next year.(AP Photo/Aaron Favila)
View Comments (0)