Mart Escudero is the actor who plays the titular Remington-- shown above). A little of this goes a long way, but fortunately Mr. Escudero is playing an ostensibly straight young man who -- due to a curse placed upon him in childhood that only comes to life in his young manhood -- turns him overnight into a raving queen, who then tries to somehow disguise what is going on so that his friends, not to mention his new girlfriend, won't notice. This makes for fairly funny stuff, and were the writer/director Jade Castro (above), along with co-writers Raymond Lee and Michiko Yamamoto and the various cast members able to really spin this all into clever, well-timed jokes with a more professional gloss, the movie might have flown.
Ariztical Entertainment, in Filipino and Tagalog with English subtitles and running a little too long at 96 minutes -- opens in New York City (at the Quad Cinema this Friday, October 25) and in Los Angeles (at Laemmle's Noho 7 on November 8). Eventually, too, you'll be able to get it on DVD and/or VOD.