Inseparable as siblings, Jeff (Ryan Agoncillo) and Kat (Maja Salvador) grew up very close to each other through thick and thin... See full synopsis »

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Ryan Agoncillo ...
Kuya Jeff
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Kat
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Heidi
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Aris
Say Alonzo ...
Yvette
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Peng
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Susie
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Colin
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Farrel
Frank Garcia ...
Rudy
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Divo
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Vi
Debraliz ...
Tere
Raquel Villavicencio ...
Elsa (as Racquel Villavicencio)
Kitkat ...
Jopay
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Inseparable as siblings, Jeff (Ryan Agoncillo) and Kat (Maja Salvador) grew up very close to each other through thick and thin... See full synopsis »

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Aside from Jolina Magdangal, the names of Rufa Mae Quinto and Joyce Jimenez earlier cropped up to play the girlfriend. See more »

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References WWE Raw (1993) See more »

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Stories Under The Sun
Written and Performed by Paolo Navarro
Recorded and Mixed by Todd Treu
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Very much typical of Filipino drama
27 January 2008 | by (Texas, United States) – See all my reviews

There is nothing really wrong with typical Filipino drama. Some people said it was funny and indeed it has its moments where character say and do things that absolutely makes no sense. But sometimes I wondered if all of the the funny moments weren't by accident.

The story never truly explains itself. How the father died, why the mom died so suddenly, how Jeff got a girlfriend in Taiwan, etc etc. It was only revealed later that he was in Taiwan for four years - and it only took up 10 minutes of the film. In other words, the time-line was truly inadequate on many levels.

Despite the many storyline flaws, it was watchable at a few points. The over-drama with Kat and her decisions was sometimes painful to watch. But at other times, the drama was well done. Sort of a mixed bag.

Overall, the acting is alright and on par with average U.S. films. But the storyline is flawed and lacked depth. But it is somewhat enjoyable. "C+"


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