Actors' Sexy Scenes in the 2013 Cinemalaya Entries!

The entries in this year's Cinemalaya indie movie festival is one of the hottest festival to date as majority of the movies were marked with sexy scenes and topless actors.

Daring. This could be the word to describe the entries as the stars of the different movie entries flaunt their sexy hot body! Some of the movies which go daring were Babagwa, Nuwebe, Quick Change, Amor Y Muerte, Debosyon,  and Instant Mommy. 

 Check out  some of the sexy things the said movies exposed:

Alex Medina's Batibot Scene in 'Babagwa'

Markki Stroem and Athea Vega Bed Scene in 'Amor Y Muerte'

Jake Cuenca's Hand Job in 'Nuwebe'

Mara Lopez' Topless Scene in 'Debosyon'

The Controversial Poster of Paulo Avelino in 'Debosyon'
Though wrapped with good story plot, the entries truly awaken the senses of the movie goers.

Some of the 'happiness' scenes in the said films were a batibot scene of Alex Medina in Babagwa, Jake Cuenca as well in Nuwebe and there's one more similar scene in Rekorder.   

The intimate 'happiness' scenes were performed by Alex Medina and Chanel Latorre in Babagwa; Jun-Jun Quintana, Mimi Juareza, and Francine Garcia in Quick Change; and Althea Vega, Markki Stroem, and Adrian Sebastian in Amor Y Muerte.

Even the comedian Eugene Domingo showed other part of her 'boobie' in Instant Mommy. Of course the sexy Indie Actress Mara Lopez didn't left behind as she exposed her body in a waterfall scene in Debosyon. On the other hand, the hunk actor Paulo Avelino flaunted his abs and chiseled body in the movie poster of their entry Debosyon.

Included in this year's full length New Breed category lineup are: "Babagwa (Spider)" by Jason Paul Laxamana, "Debosyon" by Alvin Yapan, "Instant Mommy" by Leo Abaya, "Nuwebe" by Joseph Israel Laban, "Purok 7" by Carlo Obispo, "Quick Change" by Eduardo Roy Jr., "Rekorder" by Mikhail Red, "The Diplomat Hotel" by Christopher Ad Castillo, "Transit" by Hannah Espia and "David F." by Manny Palo. For the Directors' Showcase, features include "Amor y Muerte" by Ces Evangelista, "Ekstra (The Bit Player) by Jeffrey Jeturian, "P**no" by Adolfo B. Alix, Jr., "Sana Dati" by Jerrold Tarog and "Liars" by Gil M. Portes.  

Which of those entries do you think will grab the major awards? And which of those do you already watch and captured of your senses?! (TV Series Craze)

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