Orly Fernandez has made a living collecting the dead. Watch more in iWantv or TFC.tv After leaving the comfort of his home and family in Pangasinan, he tried his luck on the streets of Tondo by collecting scraps. But by some twist of fate, the boy who knew no one in Manila is now the go-to undertaker of police operations in the CAMANAVA area, taking care of Manila’s cadavers, making a living out of the dead. Orly knows very well how burying one’s dead goes: from claiming the body, to preparing it for the wake, up to the funeral. Even then, he treats each encounter with a grieving loved one with care, knowing what to say and when to say nothing, helping them understand death the way he does. Follow Orly’s story on this week’s episode of Mukha, Wednesday at 6:30 P.M. only on ANC.
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