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WATCH: Jericho Rosales, Jasmine Curtis-Smith, Erich Gonzales ride the waves in ‘Siargao’

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WATCH: Jericho Rosales, Jasmine Curtis-Smith, Erich Gonzales ride the waves in ‘Siargao’

By: - Entertainment Correspondent / @CAbanillaINQ
/ 01:33 PM October 18, 2017

Image: Screen grab from trailer of “Siargao”

Seasoned drama actor Jericho Rosales returns to the big screen via his newest movie “Siargao”, with actresses Jasmine Curtis-Smith and Erich Gonzales.

Director Paul Soriano recently posted the film’s teaser on Instagram, which got fans excited.

a teaser of TEN17P’s latest film, SIARGAO. A Film By Paul Soriano Starring Jericho Rosales, Jasmine Curtis-Smith and Erich Gonzales. #Soon #SIARGAOfilm #SIARGAOmovie #SIARGAOTEN17P #Teaser @jerichorosalesofficial @jascurtissmith @erichgg

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Set in the beautiful island of Siargao, and more than being a romantic film, the movie also promotes the destination and what it has to offer.

Image: Screen grab from trailer of “Siargao”

“Siargao” was produced by Soriano’s production company, TEN17P. The 36-year-old Soriano is also the director behind the family drama “Thelma”, the 2014 Cinemalaya official entry “Dagitab”, and the 2015 award-winning film “Kid Kulafu”, among others. 

“Siargao” will be showing in cinemas soon. JB

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