Considered as one of their generation’s hottest love teams, Enchong Dee and Erich Gonzalez is set to pass on their compelling small screen chemistry to their first silver screen team-up via the Cinema One Originals movie “Paano Ko Sasabihin.”
The film will be screened from April 16 to 22 at all SM Cinemas all over Metro Manila. In line with the theatrical screening, Cinema One, will be treating avid supporters of Erich and Enchong with an afternoon filled with fun and excitement. The fans day will be on April 7, 4pm at SM North EDSA Annex, Entertainment Plaza.
Paano Ko Sasabihin is an unpredictable light romantic comedy about two strangers who can ‘hear’ the call of love by using their hearts. Enchong and Erich play the role of deaf-mute lovers in the film, where Enchong’s character knows sign language since he teaches this in the school where he works while Erich’s character knows how to sign language because of her deaf-mute brother.
The extraordinary chemistry of the “EnRich” loveteam is well received by critics and viewers alike. Apart from successfully proving their strength as a team-up on two of ABS-CBN’s top-rating soaps Katorse and Tanging Yaman, Erich and Enchong have further impressed the public with their performance on Paano Ko Sasabihin. In fact, because of the film’s success, Enchong is nominated as New Movie Actor of the Year at the 26th PMPC Star Awards for Movies 2010.
Combined with an unpretentious unique plotline and well chosen interesting locations like that of the metro train or MRT, the unique charm of Erich and Enchong was significant in making the film one of the biggest winners in the latest Cinema One Originals Digital Movie Festival where it bagged the following awards–Best Editing, Special Mention Award and the Audience Choice Award for Best Digital Movie.
Paano Ko Sasabihin was written and directed by Richard Legaspi, a graduate of the Asian Film Academy in Pusan, South Korea. His films have been screened at the Pusan, Dubai, Pyongyang, Berlin, Vienna, Budapest, and many other festivals. His short film “Ambulancia” won at the Festival Internazionale del Cortometraggio San Gio in Verona, Italy. He was also the first Filipino filmmaker invited to the 32nd Film Festival Weiterstadt in Germany and first Asian filmmaker nominated in Grand OFF European Film Awards in Warsaw, Poland.