JIGS: Maraming dahilan, actually. Isa na don, magkaiba kami ng gustong mangyari sa buhay. Magkaiba kami ng mga pinaniniwalaan. YUMI: Like what? YUMI: At ngayon mo lang nalaman iyon after two years with her?
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Mitzi Ilagan Gogagah. The millennial generation probably has a lot to do with all the predictions we would all make. Yumi and Jigs, two opposite characters, spends twenty-four hours together, and then ends up playing Twenty Questions. They get to ask 10 questions each, alternately, without having to ask the same question to the other. The conversation may seem ordinary, but the lines are thoughts that we do not always utter.
Or maybe, those that we could not utter. The material talks about love, sex, friendship, relationships, and life in general. What they say are things that happen in real life, and not the things that we only need to hear.
What year is it, anyway? Twenty Questions is something that preaches, but does not push us to learn. It gives off a light atmosphere but the throw of lines and its implications definitely makes the audience sink deep into reality. Twenty Questions was originally written by Christian Vallez, or Juan Ekis, as a material for a commissioned work. It has already been staged in and Alongside the successful run of Twenty Questions this month, the production plans on extending the screenings all over the Philippines.
A preview of this would be seen in the book containing the script of Twenty Questions.
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