10000 Hours 10 years old

How far will you go for justice?

Senator Gabriel Alcaraz is preparing to deliver a privilege speech alleging corruption in the highest levels of government. On his way to the Senate, he gets wind of a plot against him. The police seek to arrest him for his part in an operation decades ago. Suspecting that the administration isn’t willing to give him a fair trial, Alcaraz goes into hiding abroad, hoping to find a way to clear his name and eventually return to his family. Back home, an old colleague is put in charge of finding him, and his family suffers under the pressure of public scrutiny.

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10000 Hours Cast

Name Character
Alden Richards He was 21, now 32 years old as Young Gabriel
Bela Padilla She was 23, now 33 years old as Maya Limchauco
Michael de Mesa He was 53, now 63 years old
Ping Medina He was 30, now 40 years old as Young Iago
Mylene Dizon She was 39, now 49 years old
Ketchup Eusebio He was 28, now 38 years old as Jerome
Bibeth Orteza as President
Pen Medina He was 63, now 73 years old
Robin Padilla He was 44, now 54 years old
Joem Bascon He was 27, now 37 years old as Young Dante
Pen Medina He was 63, now 73 years old as Iago
Carla Humphries She was 25, now 35 years old
Alcris Galura as Young San Juan

10000 Hours Crew

Name Department
Keiko Aquino as Screenplay. Writing
Joyce E. Bernal as Director. Directing
Joyce E. Bernal as Story. Writing
Bela Padilla as Story. She was 23 (now 33) years old Writing
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How far will you go for justice?

  • Release day: Wednesday, December 25, 2013
  • Runtime: 115 minutes