Reviewed by sharonmae
on 12/07/2016 05:06

Was genuinely surprised to see Mocha Uson in this film. She's part of an all-girl-group and enjoys a following in the local entertainment industry. But it's Akihiro Blanco who shines in this film for his natural talent, spontaneity and innocence. This is a coming of age film for a young man and viewers bear witness as he transform from a boy to an adult as he experiences emotions like love, jealousy and heartbreak, among other things. Blanco, if honed well will just might become the next Piolo Pascual or John Lloyd Cruz, notable young and talented actors in local cinema today.