Cathy Garcia-Molina ‘forgot how to love’

Cathy Garcia-Molina ‘forgot how to love’

Cathy Garcia-Molina, during her interview with Boy Abunda, admits that she "forgets how to love" as she finished working on a romantic comedy called "Just the 3 of Us" starring John Lloyd Cruz and Jennylyn Mercado.

"Dumating ako sa punto ng buhay ko, after my last break-up, na parang napagod iyong puso ko, parang nagpahinga, ayaw na (I came to a point where, after my last break-up, my heart got tired, it wanted to rest, to give up)," said Garcia-Molina.

Garcia-Molina also said that she came to a point when the producers were criticizing her work on "Just the 3 of Us," claiming that it does not have the same spark her previous films, such as One More Chance, had.

"Sinasabi nila, 'Cathy, hindi ko ito nararamdaman, hindi kita nakikita (They say, ‘Cathy, I can’t feel this; I can’t see you). Bakit ang dilim ng pelikula (Why is the film so sad)?' And they started introspecting and then I asked, 'How do you fall in love again?' I forgot," she explained.

"There was a point in the making of this movie that I forgot how to get know someone. Tapos ang tagal namomroblema ako, hindi ko maititindig ang pelikulang ito kung wala (Then I worried for some time thinking that this movie wouldn’t stand if I don’t know how to know someone). So naghanap ako (So I started looking for one)," she quipped.

Cathy Garcia-Molina ‘forgot how to love’

Cathy Garcia-Molina, as she shares about love, in an interview with Boy Abunda. Photo credits to ABS-CBN

Garcia-Molina, during the interview, also talked about how it has been working with Cruz in nine projects and how their friendship has blossomed since then. She also talked about the man who makes her heart beat faster.

"Just the 3 of Us" has been graded B by the Cinema Evaluation Board. It opened on May 4, garnering P16 million from a total of 300 cinemas. The film, produced by Star Cinema, is the first to feature the tandem of Cruz and Mercado.

"Dumating ako sa punto ng buhay ko, after my last break-up, na parang napagod iyong puso ko, parang nagpahinga, ayaw na (I came to a point where, after my last break-up, my heart got tired, it wanted to rest, to give up)," said Garcia-Molina.

Garcia-Molina also said that a point came where the producers were criticizing her work on "Just the 3 of Us," claiming that it does not have the same spark her previous films, such as One More Chance, had.

"Sinasabi nila, 'Cathy, hindi ko ito nararamdaman, hindi kita nakikita (They say, ‘Cathy, I can’t feel this; I can’t see you). Bakit ang dilim ng pelikula (Why is the film so sad)?' And they started introspecting and then I asked, 'How do you fall in love again?' I forgot," she explained.

"There was a point in the making of this movie that I forgot how to get know someone. Tapos ang tagal namomroblema ako, hindi ko maititindig ang pelikulang ito kung wala (Then I worried for some time thinking that this movie wouldn’t stand if I don’t know how to know someone). So naghanap ako (So I started looking for one)," she quipped.

Garcia-Molina, during the interview, also talked about how it has been working with Cruz in nine projects and how their friendship has blossomed since then. She also talked about the man who makes her heart beat faster.

"Just the 3 of Us" has been graded B by the Cinema Evaluation Board. It opened on May 4, garnering P16 million from a total of 300 cinemas. The film, produced by Star Cinema, is the first to feature the tandem of Cruz and Mercado.

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