'Ang Henerasyong Sumuko Sa Love' official trailer hits 9 million views | Inquirer Entertainment

‘Ang Henerasyong Sumuko Sa Love’ official trailer hits 9 million views

/ 09:02 PM September 28, 2019

‘Ang Henerasyong Sumuko Sa Love’ main cast. REGAL ENTERTAINMENT, INC.

Can you change the world through love, or will the world change you?

This is the premise of the highly-anticipated film by Regal Entertainment, Inc., Ang Henerasyong Sumuko Sa Love, which is written and directed by Jason Paul Laxamana.


The story resonates with the millennials today, who aim to find their identity in a world full of challenges and confusion. The film focuses on five main characters, with each one representing the different kinds of youth in this fast-paced era.


This project has already proven that is has a huge potential to make a big impact to viewers, as proven by the nine million views on Facebook for its official trailer and has 90,000 shares.

This is the story of a barkada, which consists of Kurt, Maan, Denzel, Hadji, and Juna Mae.

They are young, full of zest, and idealistic. After graduation, the group agrees to camp by the lake overnight. Witnessing a meteor slicing the night sky, they decide to make a pact to meet on the same spot the following year to celebrate their friendship, not knowing the surprises and challenges that await each of them in terms of career, relationship issues, and societal issues.

Will they still have the same ideals and faith in love the next time they meet again?

Will they still see the world in beautiful colors or will it be gray and sad?

In the movie, Jane Oineza plays the role of Ma-an, a vlogger, competitive, and who advocates empowered women. However, her issue lies in the fact that her biggest competitor, Thia Thomalla, who is also a vlogger, has more subscribers than her. It turns out that her rival is also her ex-boyfriend’s current girlfriend. This only fans Ma-an’s competitive streak, and her determination to prove that she is better that her ex-boyfriend’s current girl. Will she let her insecurities eat her?


‘Ang Henerasyong Sumuko Sa Love’ official movie poster.REGAL ENTERTAINMENT, INC.

Jerome Ponce portrays Denzel, a gay man. He is openly gay and confident, a successful restaurant owner and an achiever. However, Denzel’s issue is mainly about seeking a relationship for keeps. He seeks potential partners through dating apps and casual hook-ups. Will someone prove to be one that is for long-term relationship?

Albie Casiño is Hadji, a video editor. He lives under one roof with his girlfriend Juna-Mae. Idealistic when it comes to romance, Hadji’s concept of love and romance is highly influenced by what he sees in social media.

Myrtle Sarrosa plays, Juna-Mae, a promodizer. She is the complete opposite of her boyfriend Hadji. Because of her past experience in relationships, Juna-Mae is pessimistic when it comes to love. She is jaded when it comes to relationships and she does not believe in happily-ever-after. Because of this, she fears commitment and this affects her relationship with Hadji.

Tony Labrusca is Kurt, a straight guy who is determined to make it big, until he realizes that there is a huge piece missing in his life. He constantly compares himself to others on social media in terms of success. He tends to become competitive in terms of achievement and success that eventually leads him to feelings of sadness, burnout, and depression.

With all these challenges their generation is facing, can they still make a difference and change the world?

Also starring are Kelvin Miranda, Kayla Heredia, Anjo Damiles, and Thia Thomalla, who is now the leading lady of Alden Richards on GMA Network’s primetime series The Gift.

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The film opens on cinemas on October 2, nationwide.

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