Sakada is considered one of the great films in the second golden age of Philippine Cinema.
This gripping drama tells about the impoverished lives of the Sakadas or sugarcane plantation workers under an exploitative feudal agricultural system, the imbalance between the poor peasants and the rich hacienderos in the distribution of wealth which triggered the passage of the Land Reform Act.
An all-star cast featuring veteran artists, this controversial movie was seized by the military and pulled out of the theaters during the Marcos dictatorship.
Directed by Behn Cervantes.
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