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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.

Oct 26, 2013

Cristine Reyes Chosen To Do Remake Of Vilma Santos' Hit 'Miss X'

CRISTINE REYES is the lucky girl to have been chosen to do “Miss X” in Amsterdam, but first, she has to finish her other commitments like “When the Love Has Gone”, “Trophy Wife” and “Boy Girl Bakla Tomboy”. We saw the full trailer of “When the Love Has Gone” at the premiere night of “Bekikang” and audience reaction to it is very positive. The viewers inside the theatre heartily applauded after it was shown.

Based by Director Andoy Ranay on the late Danny Zialcita’s hit, “Nagalit ang Buwan sa Haba ng Gabi”, Cristine plays Jake’s beauty queen wife who gets disappointed because Jake turns out to be gay. She then has an affair with a married man, Gabby Concepcion, who is married to Alice Dixson, with Andi Eigenmann as their daughter.

The trailer is full of lines with quotable quotes, like Alice saying to Cristine: “Nandiyan ba ang asawa ko na asawa mo na asawa ng buong bayan?” Cristine retorts: “Football player ka ba? Sinipa ko na, hinahabol-habol mo pa!” And Andi’s dialogue to Cristine: “Wag ka dito kumain. Dun ka sa eat-all-you-can, palibhasa mukha ka namang masibang tao, hindi makuntento sa isang ulam lang.”

For sure, those who love local domestic dramas with plenty of juicy confrontation scenes will enjoy “When the Love Has Gone”.