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Possible Answers: ORO.

Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 29 Oct 18, Monday

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Oro (lit. Gold) is a 2016 Filipino film written and directed by Alvin Yapan, starring Irma Adlawan, Mercedes Cabral, and Joem Bascon.[2] The film, which was produced by Feliz Film Productions and distributed by Solar Pictures,[3] was an official entry to the 2016 Metro Manila Film Festival.[2][4] The film was based on the 2014 murder of four miners in Sitio Lahuy, Barangay Gata, Caramoan, Camarines Sur by armed members of Sagip Kalikasan Task Force, an environmental group formed in 2004 by former Camarines Sur governor Luis Villafuerte.

During its screening in the 2016 Metro Manila Film Festival, the film was criticized for scenes of animal cruelty, wherein a dog was shown beaten to death, disemboweled, cooked and eaten by the actors. An investigation conducted by the festival’s executive committee found that a dog was indeed killed and disemboweled during filming but wasn’t eaten by the actors. The executive committee ordered the producers to edit out the scenes of animal cruelty from the film. It also ordered the film’s withdrawal from movie theaters and banned the film’s director and producers from participating in the festival for one year. The animal welfare group Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) also filed a lawsuit against the film director and production company for violating the Philippine Animal Welfare Law.

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