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May Minamahal Directed by Jose Javier Reyes Produced by Charo Santos-Concio, Lily Y. Monteverde Starring Aga Muhlach Aiko Melendez Distributed by Star Cinema Release date(s) December 25, 1993 Country Philippines Language Tagalog May Minamahal was a 1993 Filipino film produced by Star Cinema and was is turned into a TV series by ABS-CBN. Its rough translation in English is "Loving Someone".[1] Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast and Characters 3 TV series 4 References 5 External links Plot Only son, Carlitos, suddenly finds himself the man of an all-female household when his father dies of heart attack. He falls in love with an offbeat girl and is forced to make a choice between following his heart or risk losing the love of the family which has nurtured him all his life. Cast and Characters Aga Muhlach as Carlitos Aiko Melendez as Monica Boots Anson-Roa as Becky Ronaldo Valdez as Cenon Agot Isidro as Trina Aljon Jimenez as Leo John Estrada as Jun Liza Lorena as Ines Claudine Barretto as Pinky Marita Zobel as Gloria Bimbo Bautista as Jun Nikka Valencia as Mandy Ogie Diaz as Didoy Gina Leviste as Ellen Alma Lerma as Geronilla (in TV series is Yvette) George Lim as Tito Momoy Fina Peralejo as Kristine TV series Main article: May Minamahal (TV series) In 2007, May Minamahal was remade into a TV series by ABS-CBN. The lead characters were Anne Curtis and Oyo Boy Sotto. References ^ Aga, Aiko `bubuhayin' nina Anne at Oyo (Tagalog) v · d · eCinema of the Philippines Films (A - Z) Films by year: 1919–1939 • 1940s • 1950s • 1960s • 1970s • 1980s • 1990s • 2000s • 2010s • List of Philippine submissions for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film • List of highest-grossing films in the Philippines Actors (A - Z) List of Filipino actors • List of Filipina actresses  Directors Directors Richard Abelardo • Khryss Adalia • Tikoy Aguiluz • Mac Alejandre • Adolfo Alix, Jr. • Juan Paolo Aquino • Jun Aristorenas • Luis Eduardo Aute • Lamberto V. Avellana • Florida M. Bautista • Ishmael Bernal •Joyce E. Bernal • Lino Brocka • Carlo J. Caparas • Nemesio E. Caravana • Chiquito (actor) • José Clímaco • Agapito Conchu • Conrado Conde • Manuel Conde • Fely Crisóstomo • Mike De Leon • Lav Diaz • Marilou Diaz-Abaya • Pepe Diokno • Melania Dolorico • Dolphy • Ramon A. Estella • Jeyow Evangelista • Real Florido • John Gale • Peque Gallaga • Eddie Garcia • Roy C. Iglesias • Louie Ignacio • Joel Lamangan • Lito Lapid • Yam Laranas • Cholo Laurel • Laurice Guillen • Topel Lee • Gerardo de León • Joey Marquez • Mark Meily • Brillante Mendoza • Willie Milan • Cathy Garcia Molina • Cesar Montano • Edgar Mortiz • José Nepomuceno • Mario O'Hara • Teddy Page • Gilbert Perez • Fernando Poe, Jr. • Gil Portes • Rory Quintos • Eric Quizon • Efren Reyes, Sr. • José Javier Reyes • Mark A. Reyes • Maryo J. de los Reyes • Eddie Romero • Chito Roño • Roxlee • Cirio H. Santiago • Manuel Silos • Auraeus Solito • Bobby A. Suarez • Kidlat Tahimik • Al Tantay • Mike Tuviera • Lou Veloso • José de Villa • Brian Yuzna  Festivals Metro Manila Film Festival Festival by Years • Best Picture • Best Actor • Best Actress • Best Supporting Actor • Best Supporting Actress • Best Director Other Festivals Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival • Cinemanila International Film Festival • Pelicula (Film Festival) • Pride International Film Festival  Film Awards Philippine Film Awards • Grand Slam FAMAS Best Picture • Best Director • Lou Salvador Sr. Memorial Award • Huwarang Bituin ng FAMAS Award • Centennial Award • Natatanging Alagad ng Sining Award Gawad Genio Awards 1st Gawad Genio Awards • 2nd Gawad Genio Awards • 3rd Gawad Genio Awards • 4th Gawad Genio Awards Film Academy of the Philippines No list available Gawad Urian Awards Best Pictures  Other Film Crews Producers Tikoy Aguiluz • Jun Aristorenas • Narcisa de Leon • Espiridion Laxa • Lily Monteverde • Gil Portes • Eric Quizon • Eddie Romero • Lou Salvador • Charo Santos-Concio • Armida Siguion-Reyna Cinematographers Tikoy Aguiluz • Jeyow Evangelista Editors Jose Nepomuceno • Gervacio Santos Screenwriters Aloy Adlawan • Tikoy Aguiluz • Mac Alejandre • Adolfo Alix, Jr. • Lino Brocka • Celso Al. Carunungan • Dode Cruz • Mike De Leon • Wenn V. Deramas • Suzette Doctolero • Jose F. Lacaba • Jun Lana • Cholo Laurel • Topel Lee • Marlon Miguel • Willie Milan • Denoy Navarro-Punio • R.J. Nuevas • Mario O'Hara • Don Michael Perez • Gil Portes • Eric Quizon • Mark A. Reyes • Eddie Romero • Auraeus Solito • Gina Marissa Tagasa-Gil • Mike Tuviera Composers Ryan Cayabyab • Joy Nilo • Gerard Salonga • Gary Valenciano  Production Companies Production Companies APT Entertainment • Cinema Artists • GMA Films • LVN Pictures • Regal Entertainment • Sampaguita Pictures • Seiko Films • Star Cinema • VIVA Films External links May Minamahal at the Internet Movie Database This article about a film made in the Philippines is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This 1990s drama film-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e