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Genre  Drama, Music, Romance
Theme music composer  Willy Cruz
Country of origin  Philippines
Final episode date  11 January 2008
Created by  Pablo S. Gomez
8.8/10 IMDb

Directed by  Joel Lamangan
Ending theme  Yasmien Kurdi
First episode date  10 September 2007
Network  GMA Network
Director  Joel Lamangan
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Starring  Yasmien Kurdi JC de Vera and Gina Alajar
Cast  Yasmien Kurdi, Gina Alajar, Alessandra De Rossi
Similar  Pati Ba Pintig ng Puso, Babangon Ako't Dudurugi, Kung Mahawi Man Ang, La Vendetta, My Only Love

Pasan Ko Ang Daigdig (Filipino: "The World is On My Shoulders") is originally a movie released back in 1987, and remade as a Philippine drama that aired on GMA Network (September 10, 2007 to January 11, 2008) as the fourth installment of Sine Novela.

Contents

Pasan Ko Ang Daigdig Pasan Ko Ang Daigdig Wikipedia

For the TV remake, GMA negotiated with Viva Films that they would keep the elements of the old movie but use the comic elements of Pablo Gomez to make the story more fitting for its TV remake.

Pasan Ko Ang Daigdig Pasan Ko Ang Daigdig by nerakoitap1464 on DeviantArt

Plot

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Lupe Velez (Yasmien Kurdi) is born into poverty but dreams of a better life. She cares for her crippled mother Metring (Gina Alajar) who is also her harshest critic. Poor, crippled persons normally engender feelings of pity, but Lupe's mother adds to the burden and is the metaphor that represents the title of the movie (Lupe carries her mother as she begs for alms). Lupe tries to make her mother see that there is still hope in life if she would just have the strength to believe in her own daughter. Lupe's childhood friend, Carding (JC De Vera), on the other hand, supports her in all of her ambitions and dreams.

Cast

Main cast
  • JC de Vera as Carding
  • Yasmien Kurdi as Lupe Velez
  • Gina Alajar as Metring Velez
  • Supporting cast
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  • Gary Estrada as Kadyo
  • Alessandra de Rossi as Luming
  • Polo Ravales as Tony
  • Maureen Larazabal as Bunny
  • Mart Escudero as Isko
  • Jennica Garcia as Janet
  • Marcus Madrigal as Griego
  • Karen delos Reyes as Sosima
  • Jenine Desederio as Ruffy
  • Racquel Vilavicencio as Veron
  • Tony Mabesa as Lolo Ben
  • Jim Pebangco as Mang Herman
  • Nonie Buencamino as Efren
  • Sweet Ramos as Josie
  • Kevin Santos as Gerard
  • Isabel Granada as Rica
  • Charlie Davao as Don Ignacio
  • Production crew

  • Directed by: Joel Lamangan
  • Head writer: Kit Villanueva-Langit
  • Creative consultant: Roy C. Iglesias
  • Executive-in-charge of production: Wilma Galvante
  • Production notes

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  • This is another series for the JC-Yasmien loveteam, one of which was Pati Ba Pintig ng Puso.
  • It was rumored that lead roles were initially set up for Jennylyn Mercado and Mark Herras but Jennylyn was replaced due to health reasons. GMA 7 later released a statement saying that, on the contrary, they never promised this soap to Jennylyn and that Yasmien was the first choice.
  • Pablo S. Gomez wrote two serials related to this television series: Gilda in the 1950s and Pasan Ko Ang Daigdig, which was directed by Lino Brocka in 1987. Both used the same "formula".
  • Cast

  • Sharon Cuneta as Lupe Velez
  • Loretta Marquez as Metring
  • Tonton Gutierrez as Carding
  • Extended cast
    Pasan Ko Ang Daigdig Pasan Ko Ang Daigdig The World Is In My Shoulder 1987 YouTube
  • Raoul Aragonn as Kadyo
  • Princess Punzalan as Luming
  • Rey "PJ" Abellana as Tony
  • Deborah Sun as Bunny
  • Mark Gil as Greco
  • Marilen Martinez as Ruffy
  • Mario Montenegro as Don Ignacio
  • Production crew

  • Directed by: Lino Brocka
  • Writers: Orlando Nadres and Rene Villanueva
  • Original work by: Pablo S. Gomez
  • Executive-in-charge of production: Viva Films
  • References

    Pasan Ko Ang Daigdig Wikipedia


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