Mariveles Tourism Council features movie for a cause

MARIVELES, Bataan – The Mariveles Tourism Council invites everyone on Friday, September 22, 2018, 4p.m. at the Vista Mall Bataan for the special screening of a movie titled “Nakalimutan Ko Nang Kalimutan Ka.”
“This special screening is a project of the Mariveles Tourism Council. The proceeds of this event will be used for the beautification of the Zero Kilometer Death March Marker,” Charlene Versoza, Mariveles Tourism Office chief told this reporter.
The ticket costs P400 inclusive of a bottled water and chips.
The film explores the struggles of moving on from a failed relationship as Alex Gonzaga plays Jaz, a woman who goes on a road trip with her best friend (Jerald Napoles) to heal her broken heart.
Directed by Fifth Solomon, the film also stars Candy Pangilinan, Jayson Gainza, Loisa Andalio, Alora Sasam, Joj Agpangan, Jai Agpangan, Ricci Chan, Juan Miguel Severo and Keiko Necesario.
Nakalimutan Ko Nang Kalimutan Ka will hit theaters on September 19.
“The movie showcases the different tourist destinations in Bataan,” Versoza added.
The Zero Kilometer Death March monument serves as the starting point of the Death March in 1942.
This can be easily accessed upon arrival in Mariveles since it is near a tricycle terminal and a branch of Jollibee. Anyone can access this place because there are no entrance fees for this place.
The silent white obelisk stand as mute reminders of the path taken after the Fall of Bataan by nearly 75,000 soldiers, both Philippine and American. 138 Death March markers in all, from Bataan to Tarlac.
Each KM is marked by an obelisk: 97 in the province of Bataan alone, 33 in Pampanga, and 8 in Tarlac, to the gates of the former Camp O’Donnell – now the Capas National Shrine.

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