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PNR Daang Bakal ng Pilipinas (Buhay sa Riles) a WORDLESS Film by Govi Murillo

PNR Daang Bakal ng Pilipinas (Buhay sa Riles) a WORDLESS Film by Govi Murillo Films | The Creative Lounge Filmless Films.

My brother and I planned a short walk down Osmena BLVD – Vito Cruz. We couldn’t stop ourselves from taking snap shots and video snippets of the scene there, instead of walking we started shooting. We saw families living a few feet away from the runway, somebody cooking chicken adobo, one man cooking rice while the train passes by, kids playing near the super highway, and more risky stints. I remember watching a documentary film by Christian Frei with James Nachtwey plus A scene from real life – James Nachtwey in Indonesia.

PNR stands for PHILIPPINE NATIONAL RAILWAYS checkout more about it here:­rain-stations-schedules-and-fares.html
This is a documentary video in progress. 😀

Philippine National Railways (PNR) Train Schedules from Tutuban to Alabang and Binan (Laguna). Note PNR has new train runs twice in the morning and another two in the afternoon, each with air-conditioned and ordinary coaches.

For updates and latest news, you may visit the Philippine National
Railways official website at (but good luck if you
find it updated though)

PNR Seat reservation/Ticket Sales contact PNR Operations:
Contact Telephone Numbers: +63.2.319.0041 ext. 122
Facsimile: +632-285-0379
PNR Management Center, Torres Bugallon St.,
Sangandaan, Caloocan City
General Information:

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I’m “A jack of all trades who’s interested in any photography, video/film productions or audio-related work that offers me intellectual and creative challenges, ehm like exposure to different people and places (I love traveling a lot, so you can send me to Afghanistan or wherever) I have a BIG room for professional growth. Boom! I’m a passionate story-teller and an experimental junkie. I’m not afraid to cross and break the boundaries of possible and impossible, I believe in a simple philosophy — “impossible can only be found in the foolish dictionary”.

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