The Philippines' Box Office Hit Hello, Love, Goodbye Hits Local Theaters in Cambodia

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia: Hello, Love, Goodbye explores the dynamics behind this polar opposite reality in a story that resonates with people from all walks of life.

Directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina and produced by ABS-CBN Films, this romantic drama tells the story of two young OFWs (Overseas Filipino Workers) based in Hong Kong whose lives, although guided by sets of principles they see fit for themselves, are ultimately tested after a chance encounter with each other.

In the Philippines, Hello, Love, Goodbye is one of the most successful and highest-grossing Filipino films this year, currently touring Asia Pacific and the rest of the world.



The story pulls at the heartstrings of people, young and old, as it salutes the brave and selfless consequences that come with personal sacrifice. As Joy and Ethan's unlikely friendship blossoms into a relationship, it begs the universal question of how far people are willing to go for their loved ones. It also sends a powerful message about romance Is love enough to set aside your goals?

Hello, Love, Goodbye stars two of the Philippines' biggest young actors to date. 23-year-old Kathryn Bernardo plays Joy, a resolute domestic helper seeking greener pastures for herself and more so her family. An actress since 2003, Kathryn has starred in a number of multi-awarded television series and box-office hits.

Joining Kathryn for the first time on screen is Alden Richards, the Filipinos' Pambansang Bae who rose to fame in 2015 as a member of the afternoon variety show Eat Bulaga. In Hello, Love, Goodbye, Alden plays Ethan, a well-liked, once womanizing bartender who is inspired to pursue his own dreams after getting to know Joy. The 27-year-old actor already has several film projects under his belt, such as the critically acclaimed Imagine You and Me, in which he was dubbed the Prince of Philippine Movies 2016.
(PRN | 10 months ago)

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The Philippines' Box Office Hit Hello, Love, Goodbye Hits Local Theaters in Cambodia