San Juan City employees will have free Maid in Malacañang tickets
Free Maid in Malacañang Tickets – San Juan City Mayor Francis Zamora said that the employees of the local government unit will receive free tickets to the movie about the Marcoses.
The said movie has been very controversial from the time it was pitched by director-writer Darryl Yap to Viva Films, to the time when the cast members were announced, until the official trailer has been released and the premiere date was announced.
Several showbiz personalities have also criticized the movie that will show the side of the Marcoses during their last 72 hours in Malacañang such as veteran filmmaker Joel Lamangan who vowed to make a film that will debunk the movie of Direk Darryl Yap.
FAMAS award-winning director Vince Tañada also slammed the younger director and its movie. Direk Vince’s movie “Katips” will be released on August 3 also, the same date that was announced by Maid in Malacañang. On the other hand, there were still also those who showed support for the movie about the Marcoses, like talent manager Annabelle Rama.
Mayor Francis Zamora also showed support for the said movie. Based on the report from Inquirer, during the San Juan City Hall flag ceremony on Monday, the Mayor announced that he will be giving free Maid in Malacañang tickets to the employees of the city.
“Kung narinig niyo na po ang pelikulang Maid in Malacanang, gusto ko sanang magbigay ng ticket sa bawat isang empleyado natin. This will be free, sponsor ko na ‘yan para sa inyo,” Mayor Zamora said. Aside from the employees of the LGU in San Juan, the police, other law enforcement authorities, and even school teachers, can also avail the free movie tickets sponsored by the Mayor.
Meanwhile, reports surfaced last Saturday about the revelation of Chinese-Filipino civic leader Teresita Ang-See about Senator Imee Marcos. The academician and social activist said that the son of the late President Ferdinand Marcos told business groups to buy millions of pesos worth of movie tickets that will be distributed to various schools. As of this writing, the lawmaker has no reaction yet about this.
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