Uploaded on Jul 8, 2012
Director: Charles Andrew Flamiano
Assistant Director: Alyanna Pauline Tambuli
Scriptwriter: Alyanna Pauline Tambuli
Script Editor: Georgianne Eve Soledad
Cinematographer: Charles Andrew Flamiano, Alyanna Pauline Tambuli & Eda Carillo
Make-up Designer: Bien Pracuelles, Venus Lomocso & Georgianne Eve Soledad
Costume Designer: Nikka Angeli Copia
Cameraman: Chris Nisperos, Eda Carillo, Rosaifa Radi, Abegail Espirito & Kyle Ferrer
Woman: Jacqueline Jala
Patient (Wheelchair): Thea Marie Factor
Doctor: Alyanna Pauline Tambuli
Relative: Abegail Espirito
A woman (Jacqueline Jala) visited a doctor to see for herself the results of the tests she underwent because of the uneasiness she was feeling. She wasn't expecting it would shake her life and her faith.
Doctor: Based on the results we got from your Biopsy , I'm sorry to tell you that you have a cancer in the ovary, stage three. Our next plan is for you to have your chemotherapy to control the growth of the cancer cells.
The woman, didn't expect this news. Lots of things piled up in her brain. She didn't understand why. She didn't know what she did to have such punishment. She went out of the clinic, papers in hand. She didn't even know what was on the papers. She was shocked. She didn't know what to do. It was like, she was lost, lost in a nightmare.
She walked through the hallway, trying to process everything. The doctor's voice replayed in her ears. She walked and walked without knowing where she was going. Her pace slowed down until she completely halted. Papers fell from her loose grip. She was still processing in her brain what had happened . Then a hand, which she saw in her peripheral vision snapped her out of her deep thoughts. She turned to look at the person. The person was a patient, in a wheelchair. She hesitated at first to get the paper the patient was handing her. Still lost in thought, she stared at the patient. The patient gave her a look then handed her something. The necklace which happened to have a cross pendant snapped her back to reality. She turned back to see who gave it to her but that person was already heading to her destination while being accompanied by someone. She stared back at the cross. That cross, reminded her of something. It reminded her that God is with her. God will heal her. Everything would be okay. Whatever happens, just trust God. He has reasons for everything. This made her Let go of the worries she was carrying in her heart, and Let God, run her life.