90s, children's film, comedy, drama, dramedy, filipino, film, film review, independent film, indie, indie film, mihk vergara, Movie, Movie review, patintero, Patintero ang alamat ni meng patalo, philippines, QCinema 2015, Review
By Justin Rev Ino Tamang
“May laro, may laro, may laro,” yells a scrawny kid as he runs around town to announce an upcoming game of patintero. In the village of San Jose, this game means everything. Youngsters settle their disputes (no matter how trivial) by playing this game. Opposing teams lay down their terms before a match and the losing faction abides by the conditions set by the winner.