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Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Bea Alonzo Shares That 'The Mistress' is Her First Mature and Bravest Film!

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Star Cinema marks the 10th anniversary of Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz’s love team via “The Mistress,” the onscreen couple’s first-ever ‘mature film’ which will be shown on theaters nationwide on September 12 (Wednesday).

According to Bea, she considers “The Mistress” as a milestone project and a grand celebration for her and John Lloyd. “Nakakatuwa kasi ang layo na ng narating nung relasyon namin bilang magkatrabaho. Isang dekada na,” said Bea. “Honestly, bawat project ay iniisip namin baka last na, kagaya ng ‘One More Chance’ at ‘Miss You Like Crazy,’ pero hindi. Kaya sobra po talaga ang pasasalamat namin sa mga naniwala at sumusuporta sa amin sa loob ng 10 taon.”


After a decade of working together, Bea is still amazed with John Lloyd’s talent. “Hanggang ngayon, napapatulala pa rin ako kung pano niya dinideliver ang roles niya, he’s such a good actor. Everytime na magkatrabaho kami ni Lloydi parang may sense of familiarity ka yet it’s always refreshing kasi palagi siyang may binibigay na bago, ‘yung talagang mapapasabi ka ng ‘uy bago yun ah,” she related.

Bea further regard “The Mistress” as her bravest film to date. “Seriously, kinakabahan talaga ako hanggang ngayon. Nagdalawang isip ako noong una kung kaya ko siyang gawin kasi nasanay na ako sa comfort zone ko na ano ako yung regular na mabait na character. By far, ito pinakamatapang na movie ko dahil marami akong ginawa dito na never ko pa nagawa sa teleserye man o pelikula. Mahirap siya, feeling ko aatakehin ako sa puso kada eksena,” she explained.


With all her daring scenes in the movie, Bea was thankful that John Lloyd was there to support her. “Jackpot talaga ako na John Lloyd ang kasama ko sa ‘The Mistress.’ He’s very generous when it comes to giving emotions and giving me reactions sa scenes ko kahit hindi niya shot. He’s very supportive,” she said. “Mas lalo akong nagpupursige kasi iniisip ko siya nga, he’s on top right now, halos lahat ng award-giving bodies kinilala na siya, pero hindi siya nagkakampante. Madadala ka kapag makikita mo kung paano siya nagko-concentrate, nagre-research, at kung gaano kalaki ‘yung dedication na binibigay niya sa trabaho.”

Bea further shared that she brought all what she went through for the past 10 years. “Baon ko dito ang lahat memories at mga pinagdaanan ko, good times and bad times. Nag-grow ako as an actress dahil sa lahat ng experiences na ‘yun.”

Under the direction of Olivia Lamasan, “The Mistress,” according to Bea, is a wonderful ‘imperfect love story.’ She said, “Siguro habambuhay kong pagsisisihan kung nag-’no’ ako sa pelikulang ito. Kailangan mo siyang panoorin para madiscover mo na may another form of love, mayroong imperfect love story pero mararamdaman mo it’s a perfect feeling at maintindihan nating may mga bagay na hindi binibigay sa atin para maging happily ever after ang love story natin pero para matuto ka.”

“The Mistress” is an extra-ordinary love story of Sari Alfonso (Bea) and JD Torres (John Lloyd) who have crossed paths in an unexpected circumstance. What will you do when the only woman you love is sadly committed to a married man?

“The Mistress” hit cinemas nationwide on September 12, 2012.

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