A simple village lass who is mute since birth but can hear lives in a mountain village during the Hukbalahap era of the '50s. She is called "Ah" as it is the only sound she can mutter. Her sick father whose days are numbered is set on finding her a husband who can take care of her when he is gone. He eyes a salesman who travels from town to town and is convinced that he has run into the right partner for his only daughter. It turns out that he has made a big mistake. When the new man in Ah's life reveals his true colors upon the death of her father, he proves to be brutal and harsh. The only thing he wants from Ah is her land. He proceeds to beat her and break her heart. Whenever he is away, Ah is driven to loneliness. One day, Ah chances upon a woman bathing naked in a river. They become fast friends and soon are sharing stories about their lives and the things they have in common. It won't be long before Ah learns that her new acquaintance is living in with a guy. It won't also take long before Ah discovers that the guy happens to be the same husband she has. And in a matter of time, Ah consents to have her husband and the other woman around in her own house.
Direction: Joel Lamangan
Screenplay (from Rolando S. Tinio's teleplay): Ricky Lee
Cinematography: Romulo Araojo
Editing: Jess Navarro
Sound: Ramon Reyes
Production Design: Tatus Aldana
Music: Nonong Buencamino