Vilma Santos talks about upcoming movie

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  • Sa ating solo interview sa
    Star for All Seasons at Batangas
    Governor na si Vilma Santos para
    sa kanyang latest na pelikulang
    Everything About Her, nai-share
    ni Ate Vi ang kakaiba niyang papel
    bilang si Vivian na “impakta” at
    “perfectionist”. Aminado si Ate Vi
    na may bahagi rin niya na gaya siya
    ni Vivian at natatawa siya habang
    sinasagot ang ating tanong.
    “When I’m mad, you will
    not like me (laughs). Hindi lang
    kasing impaktita ni Vivian pero
    tao rin ako. Medyo mahaba ang
    pisi, gracious din at malapit sa
    tao pero minsan kapag masyado
    na rin natutulak lumalaban na rin
    ako.”
    All praises si Gov Vi sa
    mga kasamahan sa pelikula na
    sina Angel Locsin at Xian Lim
    partikular na kay Xian na second
    choice para sa role bilang anak
    niya na dapat ay gagampanan
    ni Luis Manzano. Positive na
    comments ang ibinigay ng Star
    for All Seasons kay Xian.
    “Na-challenge ako dito kasi
    I’m seeing Xian Lim. Nakikita ko
    si Xian Lim na hindi pa-romantiko
    ,yung pagiging seryoso niya
    bilang anak ko na naramdaman
    ko at nagtutulungan kami
    dalawa importante sa akin yun at
    naramdaman ko yun kay Xian as
    an actor.”
    Hindi na mabilang ang
    challenging roles ni Ate Vi pero
    masasabi nya daw na nasubukan
    ang kanyang acting saEverything
    About Her.
    “May matututunan na naman
    ako dito and at the same time
    meron na naman ako bago i-ooffer coming from me na matagal
    na sa show business,” pagtatapos
    ni Gov Vi.• – J. Fernando, push.com

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