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WATCH: Sharon, Richard fake happy relationship for family in ‘Three Words to Forever’ trailer

By: - Reporter
/ 02:20 PM November 10, 2018

Is family really forever?

Sharon Cuneta and Richard Gomez are a couple who fake perfect relationship for family in “Three Words to Forever,” which released its official trailer Friday.

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Cuneta and Gomez go home to the province to visit their daughter and her grandparents, played by Kathryn Bernardo, Liza Lorena and Freddie Webb, and to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. Bernardo is soon to be a married woman as her partner, portrayed by Tommy Esguerra, proposes to her.

The trailer shows that not only Cuneta and Gomez’s relationship have cracks, but also Webb and Lorena’s as one shows control over the other. Will this streak be passed on to Bernardo and Esguerra?

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The movie serves as  Cuneta and Gomez’s reunion movie since 2003’s “Walang Kapalit,” which was directed by Joel Lamangan.

“Three Words to Forever” is directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina, and will be released under Star Cinema. It is slated to be shown in cinemas starting Nov. 28.  /ra

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