Bakat is a 2002 Filipino drama film written by Lualhati Bautista and directed by Francis Posadas. The film is one of the most controversial titles of the early 2000s. It was produced by Seiko Films and distributed by Keyser Mercantile and LVN Pictures.
Annie, an alluring lady, catches the eye of old widower Leoncio. The old man marries her after a short period of acquaintance. Leoncio’s son Robert and daughter Marites disapprove of their father’s single-handed decision, leading to a conflict that causes the old man’s fatal heart attack. After Leoncio’s death, Robert feels terribly sorry for Annie especially when he discovers that she is suffering from schizophrenia. Soon, Annie’s condition helps Leoncio’s children realize the essence of a family. Written by fab-one.
Rodel Velayo, Diana Zubiri, Tommy Abuel, Rita Avila, Ana Capri, Daria Ramirez, Edwin Reyes, Mon Confiado, Olga Natividad, J.V. Baclig, Shane Caballes, Clem Fernandez, Enrico Villa, Tony Manalo, Buddy Palad