TV Adaptation —
Stars Alessandra de Rossi, Jake Cuenca, Susan Africa, Bing Davao, Boom Labrusca
Written by Dindo Perez
Directed by Eric C. Salud
ABS-CBN/Cine Media, 2010
Cara was born with three heads, her conjoined sisters named Kanan (right) and Kaliwa (left). Their mother died due to their disability so their father brought the triplets far away from where they lived, Kanan and Kaliwa covered by a cloth so they and their sister and move about without being stared at. When they get older, Cara met the man of her dreams who was a bit shocked of Cara’s disability but reluctantly accepted her and her sisters. Kanan also met a man that intended to kill the triplets, so they decided to escape. But Kanan and Kaliwa were shot by the gun, and had given up their lives for Cara to live normally. In which later, Cara married the man of her dreams and lived happily ever after with her father, husband and twin daughters.
LORD, GIVE ME A LOVER! tells the story of Maura, a kind, beautiful and decent woman who despite her advanced age, has not had a single lover. Years pass and it seems that Maura’s chances of finding and marrying her true love is fading like an old photograph. After all, who in their right mind would want to marry somebody who has parents with mental illness? But then, like a knight in shining armor, here comes Fidel, a kind, responsible young man, who is seemingly ready to risk all for Maura, despite her burdens. Will Fidel be the answer to all of Maura’s prayers?
Movie Adaptation —
Stars George Estregan, Eddie Garcia, Perla Bautista, Roberto Talabis, Charina Alonzo and Daria Ramirez
Directed by Arsenio Bautista
Crown Seven Film Productions, 1976
Source: Video 48
ISINILANG KO ANG ANAK NG IBANG BABAE is a drama komiks novel about a woman who had to have her fetus transplanted to another womb after being assessed as not healthy enough to continue with pregnancy. This particular story focused on the newly discovered fetus transplantation and its implications.
Movie Adaptation —
Stars Pilar Pilapil, Boots Anson-Roa, Dante Rivero, Randy, Snooky Serna
Directed by Manuel Cinco
Rosas Productions, 1972