The movie That Thing Called Tadhana was partially shot in Sagada.
Written and directed by Antoinette Jadaone of Relax, It’s Just Pag-ibig, this movie tackles the travels of one broken-hearted constant traveler. Where do broken hearts go — to Baguio, to Sagada? And how does one forget?
Romantic comedies are the hit in the Philippines right now, so it’s time to laugh and cry as you travel from part of the country to another. But you have to get to Sagada.
Try to find where Angelica Panganiban and JM de Guzman went in Sagada. And find another stranger/tourist to love/hate.
The movie will be shown in theaters starting February 4, 2015.
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I’m Ann Claryn Yap, a PolSci Major from UP Manila. I would like to ask for help since I’m planning to visit Radyo Sagada for my thesis about the Indigenous Peoples and the Media. Anyone from Radio Sagada, whether phone number or email would be very much helpful.
Thank you very much! 🙂
Hi! Where exactly in Sagada was that scene, where Angelica cried and screamed her lungs out, shot?