Basic Information: Direction: Ike Jarlego Jr.; Cast: Christopher De Leon, Charito Solis, Pilar Pilapil, Timmy Cruz, Ruby Moreno, Antoinette Taus, Melissa Mumay Santiago, Bing Loyzaga, Matthew Mendoza; Theme Songs: “Hanggang Ngayo’y Mahal” performed by Jaya
Plot Description: The wife feels that the two have grown apart and before they will start to hate each other, she decides on a trial separation from her husband. – Pelikula.net (READ MORE)
“…Restaurant owner Margot (Vilma Santos) often reproaches her dentist husband Leo (Christopher De Leon) for his irresponsible and disorganized ways, reaching a point where Margot finds no reason for them to stay together. Margot wants out of their marriage and their temporary separation becomes difficult for their two kids Patricia (Antoinette Taus) and Pauline (Melisse “Mumay” Santiago) but a delight to Mrs. Perez (Charito Solis), Margot’s meddling mother in-law who never liked her. Their estrangement eventually ends in annulment, a trying process for Margot who has to derogate Leo’s character in court to win her case. But after all, Leo still loves Margot despite her hurtful testimonies…” – TFC Now (READ MORE)
Film Achievement: 1998 Nominated FAMAS Award Best Child Actress Antoinette Taus; 1998 Nominated Star Awards for Movies Actress of the Year Vilma Santos
Film Review: “…You know, it’s amazing because we’ve never been linked to each other and yet the public loves seeing our movies together. Siguro it’s because we have this unbelievable chemistry. We know each other so well that tinginan lang on screen, we already know what to do to make a take very good…” – Mario E. Bautista (READ MORE)
“…She loves her husband despite his irresponsible ways. She continues to stand by him despite his flaws. But one day she tells herself that she can no longer live with his dereliction. So she suggests that they separate. He loves her still but he has to agree with her decision. So they go on separate ways: he takes a new girlfriend while she starts to date other men. Things are smooth between them, but the separation takes its toll on their children. The eldest daughter begins to rebel while her younger child starts making up stories…” – Mav Shack (READ MORE)
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