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Alex, is a twenty-something year old creative based in Manila. She is out to most people except her best friend- Jess who she has been secretly in love with since they were kids. When Jess discovers the truth about Alex, they are forced to confront the feelings they have for each other.Written by
There is not much to see here besides the angst and self absorption of the protagonist. The plot of what happens when you fall for a best friend could have gone somewhere interesting but instead we just keep going back to the protagonist and her internal problems. Those problems are obvious and they could be solved or at least confronted rather easily. Instead we just circle back to the angst. One gets to a wake-me-when-it's-over state fairly early. They could have covered what they did in half an hour. Don't look for any good side plots or interesting characters. There are none.
This movie needs; much better acting and to be thoroughly rewritten.
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