Deocampo, Nick. (Eds.) () Isaak /MLA Citation
Deocampo, Nick,eds. Isaak. : . Print.
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directed by Nick Deocampo.
|Published:||[Place of publication not identified] : Privately Published, 1994.|
|Topics:||Fathers and sons.|
|Physical Description:||1 online resource (1 streaming video (10 min.))
|Language Note:||In Tagalog with English subtitles.
|Summary:||Based on a painting by Rembrandt, 'The Sacrifice of Isaac,' the film is a meditation on the complex relations between fathers and sons. In two parallel stories, a son's desire to be free is shown as he struggles from his father's oppressive domination. This is shown on the one hand by a boy who watches over his father in his sickbed wishing to free himself from his father's domineering presence; and on the other, a biblical Isaac who frees himself from Abraham's intent to kill his own son.
Deocampo, Nick, director.