Born: July 19, 1984 (age 30), England
Biography: Alessandra Tiotangco Schiavone, better known by her stage name Alessandra De Rossi or Alex de Rossi, is an Italian-Filipina actress. She is the younger sister of actress Assunta De Rossi. At the age of 16, De Rossi won the FAMAS Awards Best Supporting Actress for her role in Azucena. She starred... MORE
Biography: Alessandra Tiotangco Schiavone, better known by her stage name Alessandra De Rossi or Alex de Rossi, is an Italian-Filipina actress. She is the younger sister of actress Assunta De Rossi. At the age of 16, De Rossi won the FAMAS Awards Best Supporting Actress for her role in Azucena. She starred in Mga Munting Tinig and Homecoming, where she portrayed a Canadian-based domestic worker who visited her home in a rural town in the Philippines, bringing with her the deadly disease SARS which she spreads among the residents. De Rossi won the part of Valentina, the villainess of the comic turned fantaserye, Darna, which aired on GMA network in 2005. She starred in the Singapore-based horror film The Maid where she played the lead role of Rosa, a housemaid in Singapore. She moved back to ABS-CBN for a special role in I Love Betty La Fea. She was later cast in Tayong Dalawa, where she played as Greta Romano. She works as endorser for lingerie of Soda Company. She previously appeared in several ABS-CBN shows such as "I Love Betty La Fea, Komiks Presents: Dragonna, Tayong Dalawa, Agua Bendita and Green Rose. She is back on GMA Network and join the cast of Sinner of Saint. LESS
‘Wretched Lives’ focuses on Vanessa, a cosmetics consultant who is forced to care for her troubled and mentally challenged sister after the sudden death of their mother. Her hustler boyfriend, Olivier, seems unreliable and Vanessa soon abandons him for Uno, an ostensibly liberal and caring substitute. But Uno isn't exactly as he seems. In fact, he makes Olivier's petty crimes look like a choirboy's indiscretions, underscoring the film's critical premise: the corruption of the political elite and their exploitation of the poor. Set in the early nineties, during the short-lived and ill-fated reign of Joseph Estrada, the film offers up a society in hellish microcosm. Central to Wretched Lives is its outrage at the manipulation of the poor for purely political purposes. When riots are staged, organizers use the poor as a front and then abandon them, leaving them to distrust even those who actually try to support them. Liberals are only public liberals; when they come home, they follow a completely different agenda. Innocence is a license to be abused. "Wretched Lives (Hubog)" is an official selection of the prestigious, award-winning Global Lens Collection presented by the Global Film Initiative. In Tagalog with English subtitles.
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