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Ciara(Claudine) goes to America as a physical therapist fulfilling a lifelong dream to better provide for her sister's needs. While back in the Philippines, Julia (Anne) lives a fast life and engages in a whirlwind romance with photographer Storm (Richard)Julia decides to follow Ciara to the US while Storm decides he cannot live without Julia and joins her on impulse. As Julia struggles to make a career, Storm starts to lose himself as an illegal alien, thus wanting to return to the Philippines. To help Storm obtain an immigrant status, Julia pleads Ciara to marry Storm for papers. Out of love for Julia, Ciara agrees.l Amidst the fraudulent marriage, true love blossoms between Storm and Ciara. Caught in the web of love and lies, fate finds its way to bring true love together. But with whom?Written by
In Your Eyes
Performed by Rachelle Ann Go
Composed by Michael Masser/Dan Hill (as Daniel Grafton Hill)
Original Publisher: Prince Street Music (ASCAP)/If Dreams Had Wings Music Ltd. (SOCAN)
Sub Publishers: Universal Music Publ. Philippines, a division of MCA Music, Inc./fujipacific Music S.P. Asia Ltd. See more »
The movie opens up with how Ciara has tried to mould her life, her happiness and everything she got for her sister. Then comes the younger sister who thinks that her older sister is nothing but a non feeling object who she can ask to marry her boyfriend to keep him in the States, to make her sleep in one room and to do things together without any chance of feeling something akin to love.
The only time that Ciara felt happy was when she fell in love with Storm and him with Ciara. The viewers can fully see that what they fee is not just sexual attraction but real love.
But the younger sister was the one who cursed her and saying that she's nothing but a boyfriend stealer. Who is legally married again? Who should have the right to be in love again?
Storm was shattered that Ciara would him up in favour of her sister Julia. It hurt him but he continued to love her. Until they finally signed the divorce papers.
The Julia and Storm separates followed by her going back to US to be with Ciara.
But don't the viewers think that it'll be a much realistic and better ending if we see Ciara pushing pram followed by Julia and her now husband/partner- that in the end it'll be Ciara and Storm who ended up together? That true love really prevails? That someone who sacrifices everything to make sure her younger sibling grew up in a much better lifestyle having everything she needs and wants also can be happy in the end? That she deserves to be happy too? And that despite Julia being the immature and selfish sister can also develop into someone who can fully appreciate what her older sister has done and sacrifice for her and that she graciously be happy for her, after all?
The writer is awesome. The actors are amazingly talented except for some occasions that Anne Curtis is quite raw and don't act naturally. If the ending had been made better - it'll be one of the best and classic films of the Philippine cinema. Unfortunately, it was ruined by the inappropriate ending of the story.
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