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WATCH: New trailer for LizQuen’s ‘Alone/Together’ revealed

By: - Reporter
/ 09:43 PM February 01, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — ABS-CBN’s Black Sheep has released the new trailer of Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil’s film, “Alone Together.”

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Alone/Together – Official Trailer HD

Remember what great love looked like.Alone/Together, in cinemas February 13, 2019.Starring Enrique Gil and Liza Soberano in a film by Antoinette JadaoneCollege sweethearts Christine and Raf meet again for the first time, five years after their breakup. As both now live a life different from each other, their reunion takes them back to their youth, their dreams, and the feelings they shared back in the day.#AloneTogetherTrailer

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Posted by Black Sheep on Friday, February 1, 2019

“College sweethearts Christine and Raf meet again for the first time five years after their breakup. As both now live a life different from each other, their reunion takes them back to their youth, their dreams, and the feelings they shared back in the day,” Black Sheep wrote on Friday.

The trailer showed the romantic pair fighting for their relationship, but they still broke up years later.

Some of the emotional lines of Soberano’s character, Christine, were featured in the trailer such as, “Mali ‘to, what if lang ito” and “Iba na ang buhay ko ngayon, iba rin ang buhay mo.”

The two-minute trailer ended with Gil’s character Raf and Christine staring at each other.

Directed by Antoinette Jadaone, “Alone/Together” will be in cinemas on Feb. 13. /ee

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