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Film Credits —
- KARA MAGSANOC-ALIKPALA
- Lisa Valencia-Svensson
- Marty Syjuco
- PJ Raval
About the Film —
Critical Acclaim —
“Call Her Ganda (‘ganda’ means ‘beautiful’ in Tagalog) remains commendable for its focus on the case, and for its insistence that the crime against Ms. Laude not be forgotten.”— Ken Jaworowski, The New York Times