Star Cinema and Viva Films team up to bring you a one-of-a-kind comedy film for the 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival.
Comedian Vice Ganda stars in Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy where he plays the role of quadruplets who were separated from birth. Veteran comedy actors Joey Marquez and Maricel Soriano are also cast as the parents of Vice’s boy, girl, gay, and lesbian characters.
The movie tells the story of quadruplets who are destined to grow up not knowing about each other because of the separation of their parents when they were babies. Two of the siblings, Team Girl-Boy, grow up in the United States with their father. The other two, Team Bakla-Tomboy, are under the care of their mother in Manila.
Conflict begins when the siblings based in the United States discover that the boy is afflicted with a liver disease and must undergo a transplant. The U.S.-based siblings soon discover that they have two other siblings in the Philippines whose liver could be a match to the boy’s. The situation forces them to come home and reconnect with their siblings and mother.
For the very first time Team Girl-Boy and Team Bakla-Tomboy meet face to face ushering a series of riotous and hilarious events that may or may not unite their broken families.
Directed by Wenn Deramas, Girl, Boy, Bakla, Tomboy also stars Ruffa Guttierez, Cristine Reyes, Ejay Falcon, JC De Vera, Kiray Celis, JM “Cho” Ibanez, Red Bustamante, and Xyriel Manabat.