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Director  Olivia Lamasan
7/10 IMDb

Country  Philippines
Milan (2004 film) movie poster
Language  Tagalog, English, Italian
Release date  11 February 2004
Writer  Raymond Lee (story), Raymond Lee (screenplay), Olivia M. Lamasan (screenplay)
Tagline  A door closed for him. And she opened a window.

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Milan is a 2004 romantic drama film released under Star Cinema, ABS-CBN Film Productions, Inc. in the Philippines. It stars Claudine Barretto and Piolo Pascual. It is a love story written by Raymond Lee, and under Olivia Lamasan's direction. The movie made more than P100 million in the box office.

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Synopsis

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This story follows the journey of naive Lino (Piolo Pascual) as he searches for his missing wife Mary Grace in Italy. He comes across Jenny (Claudine Barretto), an imposing figure in the Filipino community of migrant workers, whose dreams of grandeur have clouded her need for personal relationships. In a desperate quest for game and survival, the two find refuge and affirmation in each other. What started as a mentor – protégé relationship, Lino and Jenny’s partnership evolves beautifully into a self-consuming love affair. Until these are put to a test. Reality bites as the land changes everything.

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In the end, it matters not that Lino finds his wife for he has found himself. And alas, it matters not for Jenny that she sacrifices for love, for she has learned to give, in order to live again.

Cast

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  • Claudine Barretto as Jenny
  • Piolo Pascual as Lino
  • Iza Calzado as Mary Grace
  • Ilonah Jean as Vangie
  • Ryan Eigenmann as Perry
  • Lotlot de Leon as Ruth
  • Rosa Mae Supsup as Rosita Jones
  • Production

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    Shootings for the film were primarily done in Milan and other Italian cities such as Venice where there are a sizable Filipino communities. Malou Santos of Star Cinema was behind the idea of making Milan the primary setting of the film because the base of ABS-CBN's The Filipino Channel in Europe is in the city. Director Olivia Lamasan requested Star Cinema that the budget for the film not to be lower than ₱30 million so that her film's quality would not be compromised, if not Lamasan expressed that she can't do the film. Star Cinema headed to the request. Lamasan described her film as a "labor of love" and said that in her stay in Italy for a month, the whole production team including the actors and actresses had to do other tasks such as in preparing the props when not in scene.

    Release

    The film premiered on 11 February 2004. On April 2004, the film was released in VHS, VCD, and DVD. The VCD and DVD versions includes bonus features and scenes from the film.

    Soundtrack

    Milan theme song The Gift was performed by Piolo Pascual.

    References

    Milan (2004 film) Wikipedia
    Milan (2004 film) IMDb Milan (2004 film) themoviedb.org


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