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WATCH: That One Time Eddie Garcia Went Drinking With Bullets

The veteran actor is not to be messed with.
IMAGE Artu Nepomuceno
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Screen legend Eddie Garcia's latest movie ML opens today. For his turn as a retired colonel who schools three students about the real horrors of Martial Law, the 89-year-old won the Best Actor award at Cinemalaya 2018. 

It's Garcia's third top honor from the independent film festival (he previously won for ICU Bed #7 and Bwakaw), proving that his acting prowess—specifically his ability to scare the bejeebus out of audiences—remains potent. 

If you need more proof that Garcia is a very cool guy who is not to be messed with, consider this drinking anecdote that involves hoodlums, peanut shells, and bullets: 

Watch the full video here.  

In this story: Interview by Miguel Escobar • Styling by Clifford Olanday • Makeup by Joan Teotico using NARS Cosmetics • Hair by Bryan D. Resureccion • Sport coat by Hermès

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