So, Gilbert Imperial (Richard Gutierrez) and Jacintha Magsaysay (Angel Locsin) had an intense confrontation on last night’s (September 14) episode of “La Luna Sangre”...
I’m still kind of in a daze. It was an amazing scene!
Obviously, this is our scene of the day. But their entire exchange was pretty long, so let’s just focus on when Gilbert “hypothetically” told Jacintha that he was the one who ordered to have her killed (I say “hypothetically” because we all know he did do it, but they were talking in hypothetical statements so whatever.) Here’s why:
- The way Gilbert said, “Ako ang nag-utos para papatay ka,” in that scary Supremo voice (he’s scary even without the red eyes huhu)
- How Jacintha didn’t even flinch, even dared to get closer to his face, and warned him to be careful (nerves of steel, this woman!)
- The way they didn’t take their eyes off each other, even as Jacintha started moving towards him and he was walking backwards (the show of power! This scene was so nuanced, I love it!!!)
- How Jacintha said she could’ve planned for him without his knowing because she is a strategist (ooohhh using her profession against him, the same reason he wanted her in the first place. How smart!)
- How she said she could kill him before he even noticed (she seems to be very skilled at threatening people hahaha. But I’m going to assume that when she says “kill” here, she means in other ways than physical. Unless, you know, she really is Lia and can literally bite his head off.)
- The way Gilbert dodged out of the way when Jacintha leaned forward (woah there he looked pretty spooked. I guess even Supremo can get nervous.)
- The way she smirked as she reached for her phone (HAHAHAHAHA OMG THE SMIRK LOVE IT!)
But, of course, this was all hypothetical. And Jacintha even commended Gilbert for the improvement in his speaking skills. If their make-believe confrontation was this intense, imagine how much more intense it would be if it were the real thing!!!
Elsewhere, Malia (Kathryn Bernardo) showed the LLU how she can heal herself now by chopping off a chunk of her hair and cutting her arm with a big knife, both of which healed pretty quickly and right before the LLU’s eyes.
Will Supremo continue to doubt Jacintha’s identity? And how will Malia protect everyone if her healing powers are limited to herself? Catch an all-new episode of “La Luna Sangre” tonight on Primetime Bida after “FPJ's Ang Probinsyano."