Of all the Dolphy-movies that I have watched, this is totally different. The past Dolphy-movies were dominated by humor and injected with a little drama. Now, in this movie "Markova: Comfort Gay", is almost a 100% drama but injected with humor. Likewise, Dolphy had never done a true story in his showbiz life.
This movie is a true-to-life story of Walter Dempster, Jr. otherwise known as Walterina Markova. Markova's father is a doctor while his mother is a plain housewife. He has three siblings, one brother and two sisters.
Markova is a good movie to watch. It also shows us that women are not the only ones that were sexually molested by Japanese soldiers but also the gay.
One of the best lines that I heard from Markova is that he said that he was just being true to himself and he's not pretending.