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Mae and Bogs' long time friendship gets tested when Bogs gets dumped by his girlfriend and Mae finally admits she's in love with him. The two get into a relationship but Mae fears this is only Bogs' way of dealing with his previous heartache. Written by
The storyline wasn't as creative as I thought it could have. But I feel that this movie did what any Asian drama is suppose to bring. It brought the sad, happy, funny, shock, hope, growth and love. Is this movie an award winning film? I wouldn't say so. But if you want to watch this movie like you would with any Filipino movie brought to the US, then it's a pretty alright one to watch. That's what I like about Asian movies, they capture what love should be, and not the lustful scenes that you find in American films.
Overall I would give this movie a 6.6, but being a little biased I'd round it to a 7 since I liked the actors to begin with.
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