When The Love Is Gone
From the studio behind the blockbusters “No Other Woman,” “A Secret Affair,” and “It Takes A Man And A Woman” comes the grandest drama movie event of 2013.
Featuring a powerhouse cast of acting heavyweights that's one of the biggest ever assembled for the big screen in recent years.
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).”
The story revolves around a woman (Cristine Reyes) and an older man (Gabby Concepcion) who meet serendipitously during a stormy time in their individual lives – she after discovering that her husband (Jake Cuenca) is gay, and he after realizing how far apart he and his wife (Alice Dixson) have drifted from each other.
They instantly fall in love with each other and not long after decide to leave their spouses to live together.
Things are not as easy for the man because he has a teen-aged daughter (Andi Eigenmann). Because he loves his daughter so much, he agrees to his wife’s proposal to keep their separation a secret.
And so he divides his time between his family and his mistress. But what the couple doesn’t know is that their smart and feisty daughter has gotten wind of the deceit very early on. And she rebels against it by getting a boyfriend.
Eventually, the sticky situation catches up with the man and it leads him to a new realization.
But just when he is ready to go back to his family, with his mistress’s acceptance and consent, the mistress’s bitter and vengeful husband unleashes his explosive anger on them.
The movie has a big revelation in the end that is sure to surprise audiences and get them talking long after they have left the cinemas.
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!
Directed by Andoy Ranay.
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