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It centers on Mark and Carmina who first meets in an unexpected way. They then discover they stay in the same hotel and has the same fate, both attempting to commit suicide. They then start a friendship which eventually becomes attached to each other.Written by
We went to the theater to see this one based in part on the 8.7 rating and also based on the fact that we have enjoyed Filipino movies in the past.
But this one is undeserving of its rating. The concept of a suicidal person simultaneously participating in a romantic adventure is unique but also entirely unbelievable. The Carmina character is also over the top in her constant chatter and childish overacting. She is a gorgeous actress though.
All in all this is a pedestrian effort which might appeal to fans of the two actors but offers little else. Your movie budget is better spent elsewhere.
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