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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Jan 31, 2013

Sarah Lahbati Acts Well In 'Seduction', Too Bad She Decided To Leave Showbiz

WRITERS INVITED to the celebrity screening of “Seduction” at Gateway can’t help but feel sad for Sarah Lahbati who went to Switzerland without even being able to watch her first big movie.

“Sayang, ang ganda-ganda niya on screen, mukhang artista talaga,” says one newshen.

And it’s true. She really has the aura and appeal of a movie star. And on top of that, she can also act persuasively.

She’s quite good in her role as Trina, the owner of a carinderia and landlady of Richard Gutierrez who was jilted by a past boyfriend (Rodjun Cruz in a special appearance). She then finds new love in Richard, without knowing she will have a tough rival in the psychotic and possessive Solenn Heussaff. Just like Solenn, she’s a natural on the camera.