Daybreak is a movie that happens entirely in one place: a rest house in Taal, Batangas and only with two actors: Coco Martin and Paolo Rivero.
It's a movie filmed in a single location, in a single narrative time, intending by way of voyeurism, to discover what happens to two men spending one night contemplating whether to break up or continue their relationship.
William (Paolo Rivero) a pedetrician and JP (Coco Martin), a local boatman/tour guide, spend the night in William's resthouse in Taal trying to find words, answers, and tears to decide whether to break-up or take their relationship to the next level- William leaving his wife and finally living with JP.
Memories and dreams, truths and lies, fears and desires, honesty and betrayal, a love and hate- they all closely entwined in this night. Behind the veil of words, they become intimate, but will the light of sunrise bring this intimacy to end?