Blue Bustamante is an upcoming film directed by Miko Livelo. At first glance we know this will definitely be getting a cult following due to its original and heartfelt premise. It’s about a down on his luck father who found employment in Japan as an OFW who hides his real job as a suit actor for a Sentai show to his wife and kid.
Joem Bascon as George an OFW (Overseas Filipino Worker) dress up as a suit actor
The premise features a Sentai television show that has nothing to do with a man out of his luck like George Bustamante’s slice of life. This is as homely as any Pinoy Sentai can get.
The film is a pleasant and welcome surprise to the local movie scene. We would like to urge all pinoy sentai fans to support this movie. Who knows, Blue Bustamante can be a gateway film for more sentai goodness.
Blue Bustamante is currently on limited release under the Cinema One Originals Film Festival 2013.
Be sure to catch it if you have the chance.
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Hi guys, Sei-sama here. It’s been a while since we posted something here. Got very busy latetly at work and other stuff but I still get to squeeze some free time to watch ANIME \m/ so now here’s a list of what’s in store for the season. And if my calculations are right, the Summer season already started last month but by the looks of it, the new shows will start this month of July so check this out and see which of these upcoming new shows will you be adding in your watch-list which I already listed mine. ENJOY! ^_^