Showing posts with label Andi Eigenmann. Show all posts
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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Watch: The Trailer For 'When The Love Is Gone' Movie Starring Cristine Reyes and Gabby Concepcion

The official trailer for the upcoming drama movie When The Love Is Gone starring Cristine Reyes and Gabby Concepcion is now out. The video has been uploaded to YouTube by VIVA Films. The movie is part of the company's offering in celebration of its 32nd anniversary. Also starring in the film are Jake Cuenca, Andi Eigenmann and Alice Dixon. Release date will be on November 27, 2013.

The trailer shows the five main characters in the movie at various key scenes. Concepcion's character is married to Dixon and Eigenmann is their daughter. Reyes is the love interest of both Concepcion and Cuenca. The film was directed by Andoy Ranay (Mundo Mo'y Akin, Sosy Problems, One True Love, Legacy, Hiram Na Puso, Time Of My Life).

Watch the full official When The Love Is Gone trailer below:

When The Love Is Gone was based on another Filipino movie that was released way back in 1983. The film titled Nagalit Ang Buwan Sa Haba Ng Gabi starred Dindo Fernando, Gloria Diaz, Eddie Garcia (Praybeyt Benjamin), Laurice Guillen, Janice de Belen, Alvin Enriquez, and Tommy Alvarado. It was directed by Danny L. Zialcita.
When The Love Is Gone starring Cristine Reyes, Gabby Concepcion, Jake Cuenca, Andi Eigenmann
VIVA Films has other films set to be released this year and in 2014. These include Bekikang: Ang Nanay Kong Beki (Joey Paras, Carla Humphries, Tom Rodriguez), The Gifted (Cristine Reyes, Sam Milby, Anne Curtis), Boy Girl Bakla Tomboy (Maricel Soriano, Vice Ganda), and a still untitled project that will star Sarah Geronimo and John Lloyd Cruz.

VIVA Films has the following to say about When The Love Is Gone: "A gripping, moving story of love lost, love gained, love betrayed, and love unbound based on the Filipino film classic "Nagalit Ang Buwan sa Haba ng Gabi (The Moon Got Mad at the Long Night)." Marked by the glossy, polished, glamorous look of the classic Viva films from the '80s, this is contemporary Filipino melodrama at its finest and most sophisticated. A definite must-see!"