In her provocative new book Insurrecto, Gina Apostol reveals a lifetime of pain and estrangement in the Philippines. Photo: Margarita Corporan

Provocative Philippine story of grief and loss sees filmmaker and screenwriter clash over a massacre

  • Personalities and pasts collide in Gina Apostol’s book Insurrecto, set in the Philippine present but which delves into history both political and personal
  • At its heart lies a 1901 massacre of 30,000 Filipinos in revenge for the killing of 30 American soldiers
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In her provocative new book Insurrecto, Gina Apostol reveals a lifetime of pain and estrangement in the Philippines. Photo: Margarita Corporan
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