In this final installment of the year’s best scenes, we present commentaries from reviewers, director, and actors of 2019’s Scene of the Year.
The ending (Cleaners)
Jay Lacanilao, reviewer: “Complemented with Unique’s sentimental and hopeful song ‘Apoy ng Kandila’, the ending of Cleaners finds its lead high school students in their classroom during their ‘last day’, screaming on top of their lungs, possibly an outcry from their current frustrations while making the most of their youth before the next phase of their lives sets in. This scene perfectly sums up the feeling of nervous anticipation of facing the sight of the uncharted future—the reality of life that comprises not only bigger problems, but also higher hopes and ambitions. The journey to maturity has begun. A proof that Cleaners is more than fun & games, and high school nostalgia.”
Matthew Escosia, reviewer: “I fondly remember the first time I saw Cleaners, and being mesmerized by its ending. The high school students, first introduced in their dedicated individual episodes as they deal with their respective struggles in the age of puberty, are all bummed out and just waiting to get over the last day of school. They are assigned to be the classroom cleaners, none having the slightest interest of doing the job. Then, one of them shouts. And another. Until all of them followed suit. They start to throw out chairs and create more mess (one even took a piss in the wall).
The film was presented in black-and-white, with colors on the lead subjects’ clothes (colored with highlighter pens) serving as identifiers throughout. In this point of liberation and rebellion among these students, Barit and his crew created something magical. The color identifiers blended with one another to the point where it disregarded the character it was supposed to represent. The colors become one (fittingly complemented with Unique Salonga’s ‘Apoy ng Kandila,’ the song that played in background).
In an institution where these students are obligated and dictated to follow a set of rule over another, it becomes natural for them to break the barriers when the opportunity for chaos came. For a while, the classroom became their playground and their release. Of course, the cleaners eventually cleaned the classroom. A new chapter awaits them.”
Gerald Cajayon, reviewer: “Sa kalakhan ng Cleaners, nakatanaw ang mga manonood sa isang panahon sa nakaraan – pre-adolescent period, partikular ng taong 2007 sa Tuguegarao. Lalong pinatitingkad ng highlighted photocopy na estetika ang temang nostalgia ng pelikula. Walang ibang paraan upang balikan ang nakalipas bukod sa pag-uungkat ng mga alaala. Lumilikha ito ng isahang daloy (one-way) na dayalogo mula sa mga manonood patungo sa pelikula. Dagdag pa, ang estrukturang antolohiya ay lumilikha ng ilusyong maihahalintulad sa mga alaalang pinaghabi upang lumikha ng isang tapiserya (tapestry) ng mga karanasan ng indibidwal na mga kabataan.
Kaya rin malakas ang impact ng pangwakas na eksena ng Cleaners. Sa unang pagkakataon ay hindi na lamang mga manonood ang nakatanaw sa nakaraan; ang mga karakter ay nakatanaw na rin sa hinaharap, kahit hindi pa nila alam kung ano ang maaaring dala nito para sa kanila. Umaapaw ang mga emosyon kasabay ang pagsabog ng mga kulay na dati ay nakakulong lang sa mga tauhan ng kuwento. Sa puntong ito, pinagsama-sama ang mga karakter na bida sa kani-kanilang maliliit na mga bahagi upang ipakita ang kaisahan ng kanilang mga kabiguan, takot, at pagsisikap: magkakaiba sa pisikal na anyo ngunit hindi nagkakalayo sa pakiramdam.
Bilang isang coming-of-age story, lubos na nakuha ng eksenang ito ang yugto ng buhay na nasa kalagitnaan ng pagtanda at pagkabata. Kahit tatahak na ang mga karakter sa landas ng ganap na maturity, binibigyan pa rin sila ng sinematikong espasyo upang manatiling mga bata. Lumilikha ito ng magaang pakiramdam ng catharsis, na sa isang bugso ng mga emosyon ay pinapakawalan ang lahat ng takot sa kawalang-katiyakan ng hinaharap.
Wowie Lagman, reviewer: “The final act of Cleaners aptly symbolizes what all students do at the end of the day: clean up the mess we made. It’s the perfect metaphor for all of us, students of life, who have no other choice but to pick up after ourselves. Some of us do it willingly, being obedient students, because we know it’s the right thing to do, while others do it begrudgingly, because they’d rather be somewhere else. But since it’s ‘part of the rules’ they do it anyway. And for many of us, who are exasperated by all that has happened in the school (of life), we do what’s expected of us but still find a way maintain some level of defiance or find an outlet for all our frustrations. That long choir of screams from our cleaners perfectly mirrors that sentiment from all of us. And I couldn’t think of any better way this movie could have ended.”
Ianna Taguinod, actor: “Last scene, para sakin yun yung pinakamagandang scene sa lahat. Yun yung naiwan yung Cleaners nung araw na yun sa last day of school. They were actually done cleaning the room kaya makikitang nakatunganga na lang sila. Nakatitig sa kawalan si President Angeli (Gianne), nakahiga sa teacher’s table si Stephanie (Yours truly), nakaupo sa sahig si Francis (Allan), nakadungaw sa labas ang Emo boys (kuya Julian, Kuya Carlo, and Leomar) and then there’s Jun jun (Andrei)— it’s like there is something in him that urged him to set free all the things na nagpapabigat sa kanya throughout the school year.
Tapon dito, tapon dyan, sigaw dito, sigaw dyan. Everyone was really putting all emotions in one scene. Ramdam mo yung parang ang bigat pero ang gaan, parang ang lungkot pero ang saya. Idagdag mo pa yung kantang ‘Apoy ng Kandila’ (by Unique Salonga).
(Watching the scene) it actually gave nostalgia, para akong oblivious when in fact aware na aware naman ako sa mangyayari. Parang andoon ulit ako sa scene. I felt like I was the Stephanie I left behind when our shooting ended. That scene for me was not a happily ever after but a setting free of something that’s beyond truth. ‘Cause we might not know but there really is a reality within a reality.”
Gianne Rivera, actor: “It was the second day of filming and we were excited about it because we were supposed to film the end scene. My co-actors and I were mostly first-timers and there was a mix of anxiety and eagerness to film. One by one, we shot our scenes and whenever it was someone’s turn, we stayed in the other room and we could hear the shrieks and screams from our fellow actors. I was especially very anxious as I’m not a screamer, so I didn’t know what to expect from the scene and from myself. Embarrassingly enough, I even had a panic attack on set because I was scared I couldn’t do it—the crew and my colleagues were very nice (as always) and motivated me to do my best while filming the scene. There were even moments where we played rock-paper-scissors to determine which would film first. It felt warm and like the 2000’s. The classroom was filled with light from the equipment, and the overall vibe of the set was just really an empty classroom but thick with tension and memories. I let out several screams, not sure whether they were from anger, frustration, stress, because they were mixed. It was a moment of emancipation from all the worldly emotions that I’ve bottled up ever since God knows when, and I’m glad I got the chance to do it. All of us were very happy after doing the entire scene, because we didn’t know that even such a thing as screaming would be an important activity to do once in a while. One thing to learn is that we’re all busy with our daily lives to the point that we forget that sometimes we need to destroy, to make make space for what we have yet to create.”
Glenn Barit, writer/director: “Isang practice day ata namin for graduates non nung highschool, nakakandado na yung mga gate sa buildings tapos wala na ring pasok. Kasama ko yung dalawa ko pang sira-ulong classmate, inakyat namin yong gate, tapos nakapag-sneak in kami sa dati naming classroom. May mga ginawa kami sa classroom na medyo similar doon sa dulo ng film. Hindi ko nalang sasabihin kung alin kasi baka magalit samin yong dati naming school at mga teacher haha.
Pero anlaking epekto sa akin non hanggang ngayon. Hindi sinasadyang naging metaphorical sa pag-transisyon namin sa bagong chapter (naks) ng mga buhay namin. At gusto ko ring maiparamdam sana yon sa pelikula. May pag-basag at pag-wasak ng mga pader ng mga ‘establishment’ na nasisimulan na naming matutunan. Kasabay non, may takot at lungkot sa mga paparating pang hindi namin alam.
Napanood ko rin tong short na ‘Balcony’ ni David Dell’edera sa Vimeo dati. Isa sa mga paborito ko ever. Manghang-mangha ako sa short na ito kasi walang dialogue, tapos puro sigaw lang, pero nagkaroon ng sense of community yung mga tao. Naisip ko very primal nga naman yon na kahit hindi natin alam yung pinagdadaanan nung mga karakter, naiintindihan parin natin sila.
Kaya naisip kong medyo gayahin yon sa dulo ng pelikula. Nung bumalik na tayo sa classroom sa dulo, first time natin silang makikitang magkakasama. At kahit di nila alam yung mga pinagdaanan ng isa’t isa, nagkaron sila ng unifying howl patungkol sa mga problema sa buhay, at nagkakaintindihan sila. Na ganito pala tumanda at hindi naman pala tayo nag-iisa.
Pagtapos, dinagdagan namin ng pag-sira at pag-wasak (kasama ng mahusay na animation ni CJ Silva at music ni Unique) kasi may realization din na may pagka-systemic yong mga problema nila kasi may dikta at pressures ng mga institusyon at lipunan. At yun sana yung mga babanggain at babasagin (kasabay ng form). Na swak rin naman ata sa tema ng kung ano ang “cleaners”.
Tungkol sa form, kailangan ko lang rin ulit sabihin na ang laking bagay nang naitulong ng animation sa eksena. Ang isa sa inspiration na ipinakita namin kay CJ Silva (animator) ay yung short na ‘Supervising the Supervision of Female Workers’. Sabi ko rin sa kaniya basta laruin niya lang. Iniisip kasi namin mag-tatransgress din dapat yung form kasabay ng mga karakter. One step further pa sa itsura ng bulk ng pelikula. At ang galing nong narating nung animation sa dulo, hindi ko na maipaliwanag. Dinala na ako sa ibang lugar. Balak rin sana naming i-crumple din yung mga papel, o kaya punitin, para mas ramdam pa yung materiality, pero hindi na aabot sa schedule.
Yung eksenang ito ay isa sa rare times na magkakasama yung main cleaners. Tapos naalala kong ito yung only time na napataas nang konti yung boses ko sa set kasi ang gulo-gulo nilang magkakasama. Na on one hand ay kinailangan kong maging stern, pero on the other, may slight kiliti sa akin kasi naalala ko rin na parang ganun nga rin naman kami kaingay at kagulo sa klase dati. Nakakatuwa na may konting semblance of truth na, sa ingay pa lang.
Isang take lang pala yung wasak scene. Mahirap kasi mag-reset ng production design. Nakakatakot ding baka may magkasakitan. Ibang experience ding mapanood ito sa monitor in real-time (hindi pa slowed down). Very visceral at napamura ako. May kakaibang power yung naramdaman ko mula sa kanilang saglit na acts of defiance. May isa pa palang take nito, pero kaming mga crew naman. Si Steven, yung DOP namin, sinubukan akong hampasin ng upuan haha.
May nirentahan kaming dana-dolly na ang hirap-hirap ibiyahe mula QC. Dalawang beses lang namin nagamit, yung isa ay doon sa last shot sana ng pelikula. Doon makikita na may nag-aayos na ng bagong bulletin board at yung susunod na school year na ang cut-outs na nakalagay. Sabi pa sa last line ng script, “Mukhang bagong school year na naman ito.” Sa huling hinga nung pelikula, ang intention sana bale ay cyclical. Sabi ng editor namin na si Che, baka mas powerful at mas bukas kapag bumalik na lang ulit sa classroom na walang laman. Na tingin ko ay tama kasi naging mas contemplative at medyo brooding pa. Pero ayon yung hiniram naming dolly na ang hirap-hirap dalhin, 2 seconds lang yung naging silbi sa pelikula hahaha.”
You may click here for the commentaries of the other top cited scenes.
- Fuccbois – the boys escape
- Isa Pa, With Feelings – christmas lights dance
- Kalel, 15 – family drinking together
- LSS – Zak and Sara reunite
- Ulan – last scene
- Kathang Isip | LSS
- Cake’s flower icing on Maritess’ lips | John Denver Trending. Tahimik pero makahulugan ang eksenang sinubuan ni John Denver Cabungcal (Jansen Magpusao) ng flower icing ng cake ang ina n’yang si Maritess (Meryll Soriano) matapos s’yang pagalitan nito dahil kinain n’ya ang kalahati ng keyk na pasalubong nila sa mga kapatid n’ya. Sabi nga ng Amerikanong singer-songwriter na may pangalan ding John Denver: In the hearts of the children of pure love still roams / Like a bright star in heaven that lights our way home / Like the flower that shattered the stone.
- Drinking session | Kalel, 15
- The ending | Edward. Perstaym makalayo ni Edward (Louise Abuel) sa perimetero ng ospital habang tumatakas sakay ng padyak, angkas ang malamig na bangkay ni Agnes (Ella Cruz). Bago ito, inilakbay n’ya tayo sa buong ospital na nagsilbing komentaryo sa kasalukuyang kalunus-lunos na estado ng mga pampublikong ospital sa Pilipinas.
- John Denver cries | John Denver Trending. Bago ang pinakamalagim na eksena, makikita muna natin si John Denver Cabungcal habang palihim na pinupunasan ang luha ng kakapinaw na sinampay nila. Wasak na wasak na ang pagkatao n’ya. Kelangang mabawasan ang mga tinik sa dibdib kahit man lang sa pag-iyak. Pero mas malala ang kasunod na mga nangyari. At hindi natin s’ya dapat sisihin.
- Virgin Mary scene (Paolo Ballesteros) — “Born Beautiful”
- Chikahan nina Sister (Candy Pangilinan) at Elsa (Kim Molina) — “Jowable”
- Final scene of Edward (Louise Abuel) — “Edward”
- Pasubo ng cake flower ni John Denver (Jansen Magpusao) sa nanay niya (Meryll Soriano) — “John Denver Trending”
- Cabungcal family eating Cloud 9 together on an open fire — “John Denver Trending”
- John Denver’s Interrogation and Escape (Running Through the Fields) in John Denver Trending
- Ave Maria in Jino to Mari
- Grab? (Pot Session) in Sila-Sila
- Threesome in F#*@bois
- Self-Circumcision in Cleaners
- The ending, Cleaners
- The ending, Ulan
- Flower icing, John Denver Trending
- The spit, Kalel, 15
- The kiss, LSS
Carlo Antonio Cielo
- Maria kicking the shit out of that hugot bad guy, Maria
- The climactic shot of Verdict
- Final shot of Nuuk
- “Please recycle” – Hakdawan
- Literally every shot of Cleaners due to the xerox effect (if given a choice, a toss-up bet. crane shot in the trapo’s kid’s story or the emo-does-tinikling bit, which is frickin’ hilarious)
Archie del Mundo
- John Denver and Mom share a Cloud 9 while staring at the wood fire. (John Denver Trending)
- Oliver Aquino plays with a butterfly (Jino To Mari)
- Edward playing with an electric fan (Edward)
- John Denver taking the long walk to home as he moves closer to a fire haze (John Denver Trending)
- Maya meets Peter for the first time on one rainy afternoon (Ulan)
- The ending of John Denver Trending.
- The spitting of Kalel. A symbolic way of Lana’s criticism against the world, particularly the healthcare system and the religious institutions who’ve dared judge and lambast every LGBTQ+ member who’s suffered from HIV/AIDS, Kalel spitting on the heavens above is his meager form of rebellion. He’s trapped and cannot say what’s on his mind, afraid of being put down on by everyone he knows and he loves. And we, as members of the society, have failed to acknowledge him. We, as members of the society, have put him in a tight spot, where he feels no form of acceptance or love whatsoever. We, as members of the society, have imprisoned him in a narrow frame of hatred and ostracism. And he’s had enough. ‘You have failed me,’ he tries to say, without the words ever coming out of his mouth. And that says a lot.”
- The crying of Edward
- The anger of the Cleaners. “It’s the last day of IV-Rizal’s senior year. A lot of events and problems have come their way, most of which will later on define what their identities will be. They’ve been through a lot of terrible things, that enumerating each of them would take more than a single day. Finally, they are going to graduate. They are going to move up to college. Yet the nightmares and the moments, the successes and the failures… all of these memories are banked within their hearts and minds. For them to leave high school and to move on with their lives, no matter how the walk forward is going to be, feels incomplete. In what comes off as a sudden fit of rage and angst, the Cleaners of IV-Rizal—the students who have remained in the classroom on their last day of school—have trashed and ruined their classroom. They were screaming at every corner of the room, shouting through the windows, throwing garbage everywhere, making a mess on the walls and breaking every armchair inside, all culminating along with the burst of colors beneath their photocopied selves. It’s their version of kids throwing middle fingers in the air. And rightfully so.”
- The final chapter in “Cleaners”
- Ricky Davao’s threesome in “F#*@bois”
- Opening scene in “Sila-Sila”
- The corpse rescue in “Edward”
- Final confrontation between Kalel and the church in “Kalel, 15”
- Hiding and crying – John Denver Trending
- Kathang Isip – LSS
- Getting high in the car – Sila Sila
- Taking care of the dead body – Fuccbois
- Ending – John Denver Trending
Brylle Gershwin Fajardo
- Buwan and Lights – Isa Pa, With Feelings
- Kathang Isip – LSS
- Red String World – Sunod
- Kalel spits – Kalel, 15
- Edward talks to her against the skyline – Edward
- Inuman Session – Kalel, 15
- Apoy ng Kandila – Cleaners
- Editing + Color Grading – Ang Babae sa Septic Tank 3: The Real Untold Story of Josephine Bracken
- Orgy – Jino to Mari
- Kathang Isip – LSS
- Car scene in the middle of the party (Sila-Sila)
- Christmas Lights (Isa Pa With Feelings)
- Edward giving the socks he bought for someone else to his father (Edward)
- Screaming scene/final sequence (Cleaners)
- Who’s your mommy? (F#*@bois)
- Cleaners – Shout Ending (Cleaners)
- Miles Ocampo – Monologue for Daddy Romnick (Write About Love)
- Aga Muhlach – “Sorry” Scene (Miracle in Cell no. 7)
- Iza Calzado – Mirror Finale (Pandanggo Sa Hukay)
- Maris Racal – Tattoo Tribal Act (I’m Ellenya L)
- JC Santos – Crying to Arci Muñoz (Open)
- Meryll – John Lloyd wordless meeting at the gate, in Culion
- Iza – Joem crying about their baby, in Culion
- The bag scene at the disco, in Dead Kids
- Ricky Davao’s Party Party scene, in Fuccbois
- John Arcilla’s exorcism scene in Kuwaresma
- Cleaners – the ending (“Apoy ng Kandila”)
- Quezon’s Game – the ending (the Jews arrive in the Philippines)
- Metamorphosis – masturbation scene
- LSS – “Kathang Isip”
- Fuccbois – disposing the body
- Ulan ending
- Christine & Greg break up (Alone/Together)
- Kathang Isip reunion (LSS)
- Hello, Love, Goodbye opening montage
- Adam’s masturbation (Metamorphosis)
- Christmas lights scene set to Buwan (Isa Pa, With Feelings)
- John Denver feeding his mom a flower icing (John Denver Trending)
- Long opening hospital shot (Edward)
- Kalel spitting on a religious image (Kalel, 15)
- Quiet scene with John Denver and his family in the pilapil (John Denver Trending)
- John Denver walking with fire burning beside him – John Denver Trending
- The cleaners screaming to release their angst as Unique’s Apoy ng Kandila plays – Cleaners
- Maine Mendoza surprising Carlo Aquino with the Christmas lights – Isa Pa, With Feelings
- The ending – Edward
- The orgy scene – Jino To Mari
- Refugees arrive in Malacanang thru Pasig River, Quezon’s Game
- Older Maya confronts tikbalang while young Maya meets Aning, Ulan
- Adam’s self-love, Metamorphosis
- Self-circumcision, Cleaners
- Gary and Ditas meet, Culion
- Cleaners Ending
- Edward’s First Kiss at the Hospital rooftop
- Brithanygaile’s foreplay in Fuccbois
- Jino to Mari orgy
- LSS Ending – Sara sings Araw-Araw with Zak in the crowd
- Kids screaming at the end of Cleaners
- Breaking into the faculty room to steal the test paper in Heist School
- Brothers spending final moments together before the younger one leaves his family in Sa Among Agwat
- Picking up the ransom inside a club in Dead Kids
- Filming the sex scene in Jino to Mari
- Ending scene, Ulan (Maya dancing with her younger self under the rain)
- Christmas light dance, Isa Pa With Feelings
- Stealing of body scene, Pailalim
- Pooping climax scene, I’m Ellenya L
- Tracking long shot opening scene, Edward
- The ending where the old and the young Maya dance in the rain (Ulan)
- Liza Soberano in the hospital where she sees that Ralf has actually fulfilled his dream. (Alone/Together)
- Elijah Canlas at the Confessional where he struggles to say that Eddie Garcia is his father. (Kalel, 15)
- John Lloyd Cruz in Culion
- The ending where Aga Muhlach and Bela Padilla see face to face and relive their signature antic (Miracle in Cell No. 7)
- John Denver during the Panunumpa/ Panatang Makabayan scene, JOHN DENVER TRENDING
- Gulay musical number, CLEANERS
- Kalel receives Virgin coconut oil from his “Father”, KALEL 15
- Sarah performs for spare change at the mall, LSS
- The Jews arrive in river taxis at Malacanang, QUEZON’S GAME (with all biases)
- John Denver – walking silently at night with sparks of fire behind him.
- Opening scene of LOLA IGNA.
- Metamorphosis ending
- Metamorphosis, Adam crossing the road.
- Jews arriving, Quezon’s Game
Fidel Antonio Medel
- Come to mommy, F#*@BOIS
- Smoking weed inside the car, Sila-Sila
- Car accident fight, Isa Pa With Feelings
- Ending, Ulan
- Cadaver heist, Edward
- Two parties (one for deaf and one for hearing) attended by Mara and Gali in Isa Pa With Feelings
- Gab (Gio Gahol) joined a mysterious stranger (Boo Gabunada) inside the car in Sila Sila.
- Tin’s (Liza Soberano) emotional confession scene at UP in Alone/Together.
- Maritess (Meryll Soriano) received a candy flower from her son, John Denver (Jansen Magpusao) in John Denver Trending.
- In a weary turn of events, Nanong (Nar Cabico) compromised when he had no choice left in Akin ang Korona.
- Cleaners ending (Apoy ng Kandila by Unique)
- Edward quietly weeping (ending)
- John Denver runs back to their house
- Lola Igna conversation with an elderly gay man (Sino kayang susundo sa akin? Wala naman akong asawa, anak, etc.)
- LSS Khalil Ramos and Gabbi Garcia tearful meet up and make out during a Ben&Ben gig
- Hanging out with the ‘Grab driver’, Sila Sila
- Video goes viral, John Denver Trending
- Mara interprets ‘Buwan’ for Gali, Isa Pa with Feelings
- Family drinks together, Kalel, 15
- The families receive calls from the fathers, Children of the River
- Naglalakad si Meryll sa beach habang umiiyak (John Denver Trending)
- Jojit Lorenzo phone call (Miracle in Cell #7)
- Final act of Cleaners
- Slowmo raining scene from Ulan
- Ricky Davao’s “Come to Mommy” from Fuccbois
- Miko realizes the presence of border patrol/running scene (No Data Plan)
- Emman (Maharlika episode) recites a Cebuano poem (Huwebes Huwebes)
- Boy turns his binoculars toward the Culion residents/final moments (Culion)
- Lights scene/final dance (Isa Pa With Feelings)
- Mayor’s driver wakes up after being strangled (Fuccbois)
- John Denver Trending Ending
- Judy Ann Santos carries her child outside the hospital after it was died, Mindanao
- Angeli Breakdown scene as tikbalang, Ulan
- The cast of cleaners breakdown scene towards the end inside the classroom, Cleaners
- Sharon Cuneta & John Arcilla Confrontation Scene At The Labahan, Kuwaresma
- John Denver and Marites in the guidance counselor (John Denver Trending)
- Ricky Davao’s “Come to Mommy, boys!” in F#*@BOIS
- Arturo (John Arcilla) is possessed by the demon in Kuwaresma
- Adam plays with himself in Metamorphosis
- Greg and Ditas’ dialogue-less scene in Culion
- Christmas Lights Scene (Isa Pa With Feelings)
- Kathang Isip (LSS)
- Asin/Making of the Gun (Babae at Baril)
- Party Scene (Tayo, sa Huling Buwan ng Taon)
- Beside the fire sccene (John Denver Trending)
- Buwan ng Wika tinikling dance, Cleaners
- Zack and Abbi’s first kiss, LSS
- Mara and Gali’s dance, Isa Pa, with Feelings
- Kalel’s sister’s opening the handcuffs, Kalel, 15
- Nanong had cramps, Akin ang Korona
Emil Nor Urao
- Araw-Araw (LSS)
- Police station (John Denver Trending)
- Final scene (Open)
- Confrontation (Isa Pa, with Feelings)
- Circumcision (Cleaners)