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On The JobA thrilling story about 4 men who are struggling to survive, feed themselves and relatives. Two of them are ex-convicts; one is an assassin, the others are judicial officers arrested for corruption. Mario decides to do a decent job when he is released. Daniel is younger and disciple of Mario. He is chosen to replace him on duty. Joaquin and Francis are two police officers who are in trouble with ethical issues. The collision among them is unavoidable.Keywords:
Actors of "On The Job"
Directors of "On The Job"Erik Matti
Creators of "On The Job"Erik MattiMichiko Yamamoto
Critic Reviews of "On The Job"San Francisco ChronicleSeptember 27, 2013
"On the Job" is a sturdy and sophisticated crime drama from the Philippines that takes a pretty gruesome situation and enriches its presentation with lots of human detail.New York PostSeptember 27, 2013
Matti uses this setup to show the rot in Philippine society, and it's often compelling stuff - filmed mostly on dirty streets and in moldy, ramshackle buildings.New York TimesSeptember 26, 2013
Even at its most incomprehensible, the propulsive thriller "On the Job" is never less than arresting.Toronto StarSeptember 26, 2013
Makes up in character development and action shots what it lacks in narrative innovation.Los Angeles TimesSeptember 26, 2013
Despite the relative flatness of [the] characters - their relationships to one another are more archetypal than particular - the film is as heartbreaking as it is heart-stopping.AV ClubSeptember 26, 2013
The film manages to create some moments of genuine nervous tension, but is undercut by its split storytelling.Sight and SoundMay 26, 2014
an audacious trawl through the gutter of Manila's political structures, evoking the very best conspiracy thrillers of the 70s while remaining utterly contemporary and local.SF WeeklyFebruary 05, 2014
This is a film whose signature image might be a bloody middle finger in the midst of a very lethal intersection shootout.JoBlo's Movie EmporiumOctober 01, 2013
A great premise, solid acting, and some really interesting shots from director Matti make this well worth watching.Canada.comSeptember 27, 2013
On The Job is a chance to see the original, messy thing.The DissolveSeptember 26, 2013
Matti's primary order of business is regularly serving up tense, stylish action sequences, and he proves more adept choreographing those than sorting out the convolutions of his parallel plotlines.Slant MagazineSeptember 23, 2013
A nose-to-the-ground crime thriller that also doubles as a wide-ranging portrait of official corruption in the Philippines, On the Job has little trouble delivering the genre goods.
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