Philippines, the present day. At high school, rock-music fan Odie (Jason Abalos) falls for fellow enthusiast Irene (Glaiza de Castro), and when they meet again at college Irene, who has since blossomed into a hot rock chick, suggests they form a band to perform the songs that Odie is now writing. They recruit Mo (Ketchup Eusebio), a onetime guitarist with rock band Titik O (My Cock) who's now working in a coffee shop, and angry young punk drummer Junfour (Alwyn Uytinco) to join them, and name their band Hapipaks. At a successful debut in a small club, they're spotted by Matet de Leon (Matet de Leon), a former child movie star, who offers to manage them. However, as they slowly climb up the ladder, various developments come into play: Junfour's girlfriend Tracy (Hiyasmin Neri) announces she's two months' pregnant, Junfour himself joins New Age sect G-Spot run by weirdo Gami Ogenta (Ricardo Cepeda), and Mo is driven crazy by his penniless flatmate Francis (Jun Sabayton), a conceptual artist. But the biggest strain on the group is when Irene meets her rock-music idol Jacci Rocha (Diether Ocampo), a self-absorbed womaniser who shamelessly romances her. Odie, who still hasn't declared his love for her, is driven crazy with jealousy.
Jason Abalos, Glaiza de Castro, Alwyn Uytingco, Ketchup Eusebio, Diether Ocampo, Matet de Leon, Ramon Bautista, Jun Sabayton
Produced by Furball (PH), in association with Revolver. Executive producers: Dondon Monteverde, Vicki Belo. Producers: Mads Adrias, Erik Matti, Quark Henares.
Directed by Quark Henares