“Northern Lights: A Journey to Love” has been graded B by the Cinema Evaluation Board.
Star Cinema announced the news today, March 28, a day before the film opens in cinemas nationwide.
A family-friendly movie, “Northern Lights” was rated PG by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) early this month.
“Northern Lights: A Journey to Love,” directed by Dondon Santos and produced by Regal Films, Spring Films, and Star Cinema, is a story about love, forgiveness, and acceptance.
Charlie Sr. (Piolo Pascual) is a free-spirited bachelor living the life underneath the majestic northern lights of Alaska. When his estranged son Charlie Jr. (Raikko Mateo) comes into his life, he is forced to face his past, atone for his mistakes, and learn to love again.
Helping him in his journey for redemption is Angel (Yen Santos), who went to Alaska to look for her mother and eventually discover who she really is.
In their search to find themselves, will Charlie Sr. and Angel be able to get not just what they want, but what they need as well? Would they find the strength to forgive and love again?
Find out when “Northern Lights” opens in cinemas on March 29!