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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.

Apr 24, 2013

Nora Aunor Returns To 'Never Say Goodbye' Afflicted With Amnesia

NORA Aunor and Vilma Santos have indie films to be shown soon, but they’re not both entries in the coming Cinemalaya Filmfest this July. Only Vilma’s entry, “Ekstra, the Bit Player” by Direk Jeffrey Jeturian, is in the Director’s Showcase of Cinemalaya while Nora’s “Kuwento ni Mabuti” is an entry in the CineFilipino filmfest of TV5. So they will not be competing with each other as best actress in these indie film festivals. But in the other award-giving bodies given after the year is over, they’ll surely be rivals, along with Lorna Tolentino whose “Burgos” is said to be the opening film of Cinemalaya, but not an official entry so she also won’t be competing with Ate Vi. It’ll be exciting to wait for the annual awards season next year to find out who among these top calibre actresses will emerge to be the best in their respective film.

Meantime, Nora’s character in “Never Ever Say Goodbye”, Marta, has returned to the three men in her life: Cesar Montano as Javier, Gardo Cersoza as Dindo and her son Vin Abrenica as William. But the problem is she has amnesia and can only remember her life with Cesar.

Sophie Albert as Kate cannot accept the fact that her real mom is not Alice Dixson as Criselda but Rita Avila as Gretchen who sent Alice to prison. But Alice escapes from jail and is determined to take revenge on Rita. Sophie and Vin are also hounded by Vin’s rival over Sophie, Edgar Allan Guzman as Troy, making the final episodes of TV5’s emotionally engaging drama truly exciting to watch, so don’t miss it as it nears its conclusion, seen Monday to Friday after “Kidlat” that is also on its last two weeks.