Seems like Aga Muhlach is truly proud of his upcoming movie “Seven Sundays”.
During his October 5 Bloggers Conference, Aga was asked to make a case as to why people should watch the family comedy-drama in cinemas. His straight-forward answer? “Maganda eh!”
He continued, “Hindi nga, really. It’s just that. Hindi naman ako gagawa ng pelikula kung pangit. I will not waste your time, I will not waste my time also. Diba? Babyahe ako from Alabang to Quezon City to promote a lousy movie? Wag nalang.”
“It’s a nice film. It’s really nice. It’s worth your money, it’s worth your time, it’s worth the traffic.”
Aga also pressed the relatability of “Seven Sunday’s” heartwarming subject matter, saying:
“It’s about family, so you can all relate to it.”
“Seven Sundays” is Aga Muhlach’s first Star Cinema film since 2011’s “In The Name of Love”. It is also his first ever family dramedy.
“Seven Sundays” tells the story of the four Bonifacio siblings, (Dingdong Dantes, Cristine Reyes, Enrique Gil and Aga), who are forced to return to their childhood home when their Tatay Manuel (Ronaldo Valdez) is diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer. The main question: as they confront their history, will they be able to reconnect and find redemption in each other?
It is directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina and opens in cinemas October 11!
Watch the trailer here: