Daughters of Eve (1985)

  • Year: 1985
  • Released: 07 Feb 1986
  • Country: Philippines
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  • IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0292236/
  • Rotten Tomatoes: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/daughters_of_eve
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  • Available in: 720p, 1080p,
  • Language: Filipino, Tagalog, English
  • MPA Rating: TV-MA
  • Genre: Drama, Romance, Thriller
  • Runtime: 125 min
  • Writer: Ricky Lee
  • Director: Elwood Perez
  • Cast: Sarsi Emmanuelle, Maria Isabel Lopez, Myra Manibog
  • Keywords: island, village, sin, revenge, betrayal, religion,

Daughters of Eve Storyline

The return of a woman to a small village of devout Catholics accelerates the downfall of the community.

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Daughters of Eve Movie Reviews

Drama? Horror? Sexploitation?

On one hand, this Philippine film is in the tradition of Alejandro Jodorowsky with it’s surreal story. One can only guess what was in the minds of the producers of what can be described as a sexploitaion film with horror aspects.

It certainly has definite undertones of Jodorowsky’s anti-religion message. With the priest gone from the village, it is left to Tonya (Maria Isabel Lopez) to teach religion to the children. She describes the appendage between a mans legs as the devil’s horns. No, she is not a lesbian, she is frequently consumed by hot desires for Simon (Maria Isabel Lopez), the local stud, and rubs salt between her legs to reduce this.

Religion plays a large part at the end also when the villagers get absolution for the horrific crimes they committed, as if it never happened.

While the villagers are lining up against Tonya for her anti-male message, Selda (Sarsi Emmanuelle) returns to the village after a five-year exile and things heat up tremendously. Nothing is what it seems, and the viewer will be rewarded for hanging in there as explanations come slowly.

While you are waiting for them to come, there is ample flesh to keep you interested. It seems that Simon is desired by a lot of women and he accommodates them. He is not a “wham, bam, thank you mam” type either. Sex scenes include considerable foreplay and last longer than any I have seen outside an x-rated performance. According to Tonya, the men work all day and want sex at night, but the passion of the women in this film for sex suggests they are willing partners.

PETA members may find the opening slaying and gutting of the water buffalo to be a bit much, and the slaying of the animal towards the end is equally graphic. There is a long gang-rape at the end that may also be disturbing.

The music and cinematography were exquisite, especially if you opt to watch the subtitled version, rather than the dubbed one.

Incredible, impossible to categorize “pink” film

This bold, incredible film is almost impossible to categorize, so I’ve refrained from reviewing it until now. I just don’t know how to adequately convey its many charms. It has a harsh, brutal opening in which a buffalo receives repeated blows to the head and is carved up while traumatized children look on. Ten minutes later, we’re feasting our eyes on hot Filipino women as our plot gets underway. In a small, impoverished village on the edge of the sea, the scorching hot Selda (Sarsi Emmanuelle) teaches the local children to live a chaste, sin-free life while barely resisting the carnal inquires of the local stud. Things get even hotter when Selda’s old friend Tonya (the gorgeous Marie Isabelle Lopez) saunters into the village with her new boyfriend and ignites an erotic inferno of dormant lust and repressed anger. Director Elwood Perez and scripter Ricardo Lee have not created a film that is content to meet genre expectations. This stunning work references everything from the work of Alejandro Jodorowsky to Japanese pink cinema to Spain’s “Who Could Kill A Child?” It is filled with surprises and is far more explicit that you would ever expect it to be. It is extremely erotic and brutal, yet it is also a sharp study of a fascinating sub-culture with very recognizable characters. Its seaside location is dazzling and its musical score (by Lutgardo Labad) is haunting and melodic. Original in every way and packing a punch right to the end.

Weird sexploitation/horror flick

“Silip” is a strange sexploitation/horror flick from the Philippines. For most of its length I admit I wasn’t really paying attention. Not a whole lot seemed to be going on and nothing grabbed me. I got that it was about two beautiful Filipino ladies who live in a rural village and who have polar opposite responses to their own sexuality. One is promiscuous, the other has a stick up her ass. Anyway, some guy (who didn’t seem hot enough to provoke this reaction) comes between them and the overlong, two-hour movie comes to an unbelievably violent conclusion. A guy actually has his head cut off, and then there’s a gang-rape…

The movie is too dark and disturbing and kind-of surreal (though not in an interesting way) for it to be erotic, and it makes you wait too long for that crazy conclusion.