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‘Hello, Love, Goodbye’ changed Kathryn Bernardo’s life!

“It's the most difficult film. Mahirap siya physically.”

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Rhovin Maglaqui

7/27/2019 in News
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‘Hello, Love, Goodbye’ changed Kathryn Bernardo’s life!

Actress Kathryn Bernardo admitted that the filming process for “Hello, Love Goodbye” was the hardest she has ever experienced in her acting career.

Im an interview on “Tonight with Boy Abunda” last night, July 26, the actress recalled her challenges while shooting the flick in Hong Kong. 

“It's the most difficult film. Mahirap siya physically, pumasok kami ni Alden as waitress and bartender po siya sa isang bar. Nag-shift po kami noong gabi na 'yun. Pinakamahirap po siya sa akin emotionally kasi 'yung character po no Joy, siya 'yung taong 'di nagsasalita masyado, lahat nandiyan lang, so kailangan lumabas siya sa mata.” she narrated. 

“May isang scene po, 'pag napanood nila, 'yung sa trailer, first meeting namin ni Ethan, meron doon tumatakbo ako the whole day, pati 'yung pawis bawal dayain. So kailangan, tumakbo-takbo ako diyan, lulundag ako, para totoo 'yung pawis ko,” Kathryn added.


When asked if she got angry with director Cathy Garcia-Molina while doing the film, she simply answered, “Opo, galit po.”

“Noong break, hiningi ko 'yung phone ko, kasi nag-aano na ko kay DJ [Daniel Padilla], naglalabas na ako ng sama ng loob. Tapos sabi niya [Direk Cathy], 'Sinong nagbigay ng cellphone? Sino? Bakit ka nagse-cellphone?' Tapos binigay ko. Sabi niya 'ano, nagagalit ka na, nagagalit ka na? Game, 5-4-3-2-action!' 'Yung mata ko sa kanya naiiyak na sa galit na parang minumura mo na siya sa utak mo,” she continued. 

Kathryn further shared her lessons and realizations after making this film. 

“I had to go through that process para maramdaman ko, 'yung buong isang buwan na 'yun, pakiramdam ko ako si Joy. Grabe 'yung respeto lalo sa mga OFW po ngayon. Ang dami kong realizations kung gaano ako kasuwerte sa buhay ko ngayon. Kasi, hindi lahat ganito. Kahit 'yung mga kasama mo sa bahay, mas na/appreciate ko. The little things na 'di mo napapansin before. After making this movie, para akong mas nabuo," she ended.


“Hello, Love, Goodbye,” also stars Alden Richards, Maymay Entrata, Jameson Blake, Joross Gamboa, Kakai Bautista, Lovely Abella, and Jeff Tam.


Catch it in theaters starting July 31!


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