It's really more expensive to annul a marriage than to really engage in marriage. This is one realization most Filipinos do not anticipate when engaging in marriages I've realized after attending Star Cinema and OctoArts Film's Wedding Tayo, Wedding Hindi Press Conference with Eugene Domingo and Director Jose Javier Reyes tonight at Burgoo Tomas Morato Quezon City.
Eugene Domingo had really become a Eugene Domingo. I definitely agree at Direk Joey Reyes saying this at the presscon about Eugene Domingo who was excited with her new movie with Nora Aunor soon and winning best actress at the Cinemalaya 2011 for "Ang Babae sa Septic Tank". Very few actors in showbiz are as intelligent and versatile as Eugene indeed. Some would really stay only for three years because the purpose is to simply become famous. Eugene takes her acting career seriously and uses the reason why she is still single to this day.
Wedding Tayo, Wedding Hindi is a movie starring Toni Gonzaga, Zanjoe Marudo, Eugene Domingo and Wendell Ramos about two couples in different circumstances on marriage issues. Toni Gonzaga plays the character of Belay who wants to get married to Zanjoe Marudo while Eugene Domingo plays the character of Precy who wants her marriage to Wendell Ramos annuled. The twists and conflicts in the story make the movie definitely different from all the mainstream movies frequented by Pinoy movie-goers. "Magtiwala tayo sa mga manonood na nagbabayad na gustong makakita ng kakaiba, ..kakaiba ang pelikulang ito", said Eugene Domingo during the presscon emphasizing how the Filipino movie-goers had evolved from patronizing common mainstream movie recipes to experimental following her success with "Ang Babae sa Septic Tank" still showing at its 3rd week in selected SM Cinemas. I have personally witnessed how smart and witty Eugene Domingo was at every answer to the media's questions regarding her views about marriage and relationships and awed at her attitude towards her co-actors. "Wedding Tayo, Wedding Hindi" opens nationwide on August 31, 2011.
Learn the mechanics and satire about marriage because the reality we all face is really worth reflecting watching "Wedding Tayo, Wedding Hindi". Do you believe in marriage?