Review: What we all need to learn from #ClaritaMovie, opens June12 in cinemas

If you love horror films and you're young, Clarita is one movie you'll be proud to recommend to strengthen faith in God. We joined fellow bloggers watching the advance screening of BlacksheepPH's first horror film. Starring Jodi Sta.Maria, Ricky Davao, Arron Villaflor, Romnick Sarmenta, Nonie Buencamino, Alyssa Muhlach, Angeli Bayani, Che Ramos directed by Derick Cabrido, #ClaritaMovie is set in early 50s, Mayor Lacson then presiding in Manila had to be disturbed with the case as it spurred more frenzy in the media than the crisis at the aftermath of war. 
The movie opened in the period of the 1950s with issues like the Japanese occupation wrath among women which brought horrors to one of the characters that built the evil that lurked the era. The cinematography and screenplay building the fear heightened with each contributing to what the movie implies at least according to my perception - evil indeed surfaces when you choose to do nothing. Clarita was a peoduct of all things unpleasant and painful from the beginning. The evil that manifested in the movie may seem to be the same evil we all experience right now- people are selfish and indifferent. The same evil we glorify showing in Clarita is the same evil we ignore each day- not caring for one another. The movie teaches you to reflect how much  faith you have to fight against evil. The horror builds up in the movie and at some extent, I had to close my eyes from fear while my seatmates jumped at their seats and screamed. The movie will stick fear in you that you'd want to pray after. Like what the movie tells, it is important to recognize that if you believe in God, you also have to believe in evil. We need to also learn why we all need to LISTEN. If Clarita was heard of her cries when she was young, would the story be different? The fate of the people around us also lie in our hands. Pray hard before and after watching Clarita starting June 12 in cinemas. For more information