ORAPRONOBIS by Lino Brocka
Orapronobis is a critique of the human rights situation of the post-EDSA era. In the obscure town of Dolores, in 1985, the Kumander Kontra-led cult Orapronobis murders a foreign priest who gave the last rights to an alleged rebel that the group executed. At the success of the 1986 revolt, all political prisoners are released, including Jimmy Cordero, an ex-priest-turned revolutionary. But Cordero soon realizes that few things have changed despite the new dispensation, pushing him to revert to drastic, once familiar struggles.