The people’s and the reform movement’s failures in the late 1890s urged cane-worker Andres Bonifacio and like-minded countrymen to take on what they saw as the only and necessary way to end the motherland’s travails: revolution.
With faithful depiction of events in history, the film exemplifies Bonifacio’s passion, courage and humanity as the founder of the KKK or Katipunan, their Supremo, and the leader of Philippine Revolution—that event which finally brought down three centuries of Spanish colonial rule.
Directed by Richard Somes
Written by Jimmy Flores
Produced by Alfred Vargas, P.M. Vargas