An aspiring painter and a frustrated musician meet and become instant friends, but decide to end and leave everything as is, just like complete strangers. What will happen if they meet again as two completely different people?
Powerful but ill-stricken business woman, Vilma Santos navigates her complicated relationship with her caregiver, Angel Locsin and her estranged son, Xian Lim in this story about acceptance, love and forgiveness.
Surgeon Vince (Richard Gomez) and Trisha (Dawn Zulueta) are a married middle aged couple with three children. Vince wants his marriage annulled after he finds out his wife is having an affair with one of his friends, Greg. He consults advice from a lawyer named Adie (Bea Alonzo) who is dealing with a similar situation as well. Stumbling from their own forefront and heartaches, the three will succumb to an unusual affair in the crossroads of their lives and regain strength from their downfalls. Will Vince and Trisha ever rekindle a broken flame? And will Adie have the chance to get up again?Written by
I enjoyed the movie, and as expected from a drama movie, it was very moving (I cried buckets). Although the story is not original, there have been so many movies done on the same topic/issue, still the movie came out very well and the writer & director managed to pull the heart strings of anyone watching.
Out of all the leads, Dawn Zulueta stood out the most in terms of acting - the expression in her eyes, the way she delivered the lines were just very true to the role she portrayed. I find Richard Gomez's acting here to be a bit one-dimensional, I was expecting him to show more emotion/struggle, given the dilemma faced by his character. Bea Alonzo was also very good here but she seems to overact at times. What I did not like in the movie is that Richard and Bea does not have chemistry. On the other hand, Dawn and Richard were a perfect pair.
The supporting characters (especially those who portrayed as children of Richard and Dawn, and the guy who portrayed as the lawyer/officemate of Bea need to go through serious acting workshop, the sort of ruin the scenes they are in with their bad acting).
Overall, it was a good movie for me, it could have been shorter, but enjoyable to watch just the same.
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