Now and Forever: Season 6, Episode 6

Linlang (24 Jul. 2006)

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Rudy Fernandez ...
Arman
Lorna Tolentino ...
Lorena Castrillo
Iya Villania ...
Bianca / Carmen
Alessandra de Rossi ...
Brenda
Diana Zubiri ...
Divina
Polo Ravales ...
Paolo
Chynna Ortaleza ...
Jane
Dion Ignacio
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Antonio Aquitania ...
Samuel
Chanda Romero
Miguel Tanfelix ...
Pepe
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widow | lifeguard | gas station

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Best of the lot but still soap operatic

First, the good: Nothing is what it seems.

The latest season of "Now & Forever" proves this saying true as the writers of this story cleverly applies the element of deception to effectiveness. "Linlang" stars Diana Zubiri, Polo Ravales, Chynna Ortaleza, and a cast of others who, in my opinion, are giving the best performances of their lives so far in their career. The exception to this is Ms. Lorna Tolentino who was not given a chance to shine because of the short role she was given, and Alessandra de Rossi who is clearly overacting her angry scenes.

A supernatural-inspired story theme kicks off as the rest of the story is kept interesting because of the hidden roles and interests of the characters as instances weave their stories together. Surprisingly, each character has a valid driving force; unlike in other shows wherein the characters whose interests seemed to have spurted out of nowhere.

Now, the bad news, folks: COnsidering all good things, this is still soap opera. Yes, the scheming villains are all here, the cliché Soap Opera movements are here, and the story are still mostly clichés woven together. The storytelling talents of the writers are wasted on an afternoon soap. Now, only if they can employ their clever twist-techniques to all their shows...

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