Paano Kita Iibigin

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Paano Kita Iibigin
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Theatrical movie poster
Directed by Joyce Bernal
Produced by Vicente G. del Rosario III
Vic del Rosario Jr.
Veronique Del Rosario-Corpus
Malou N. Santos
Charo Santos-Concio
Written by
  • John Paul Abellera
    Vanessa Valdez
    Mel Mendoza-del Rosario
  • Tammy Bejerano
    John Paul Abellera
Screenplay by Mel Mendoza-Del Rosario
John Paul Abellera
Vanessa R. Valdez
Starring Piolo Pascual
Regine Velasquez
Music by Raul Mitra
Cinematography Charlie Peralta
Edited by Marya Ignacio
Distributed by Star Cinema
Viva Films
Release date
May 30, 2007
Country Philippines
Language Tagalog
English

Paano Kita Iibigin is a 2007 film starring Piolo Pascual and Regine Velasquez, directed by Joyce Bernal. It is their first film opposite each other, though the two co-starred in the "Ang Iibigin Ko'y Ikaw" episode of IBC's defunct weekly drama series Habang May Buhay in 2000 and the "Lobo" episode of ABS-CBN's ongoing weekly drama series Maalaala Mo Kaya in 2001.

Pascual is the main host of ABS-CBN's ASAP which airs opposite GMA's SOP, which Velasquez hosts. Paano Kita Iibigin marked the first time that Pascual worked with Viva Films and the first time that Velasquez worked with Star Cinema.

Paano Kita Iibigin is the third co-production between Star Cinema and Viva Films after 2006's Wag Kang Lilingon and 2007's Ang Cute Ng Ina Mo. This is the third full-length film of Pascual with director Bernal after 2003's Till There Was You and 2006's Don't Give Up on Us. This is the fourth full-length film of Velasquez with director Joyce Bernal after working together in 1998's Dahil May Isang Ikaw, 2000's Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw and 2001's Pangako...Ikaw Lang.

This Philippine-made romantic drama opened on May 30, 2007 in the Philippines. It was rated B by the Cinema Evaluation Board.[1] The movie made P78,128,341. When the DVD was released, it sold 15,000 DVD after two days of sale and became the first Filipino DVD release to be awarded with a Gold Certification in just three days of release. The soundtrack went Gold award after three weeks. The soundtrack reached Double Platinum status with more than 60,000 sales based on Regine's record sales in YES! Magazine's list of the 20 stars who ruled the decade.

Synopsis[edit]

Terminated from her job and evicted from her own home Martina "Martee" Diamzon (Regine Velasquez) and her son Liam flee away for a vacation to Zambales despite the luxurious area here she finds Lance Monteagundo (Piolo Pascual) who owns a resort whose only idea is to meet there while Martee is on vacation apparently she's unhappy with the service given by Lance Martee finds herself with no other way but to accept employment after her son Liam apparently accidentally damaged Lance's Motorcycle side mirror in which Lance wanted to auction and sell but Martee decides to take the opportunity to escape from her problems back at home but as she finds herself with the comfort with being with Lance who too underneath is arrogant and mean demeanor also falls for Martee he tries to change his ways for her so he does not scare her off but the two find one thing in common they are scared to love and forgive again.

Will these two souls find love again in one another as they try to make this relationship work?

Cast[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Supporting Cast[edit]

Extended cast[edit]

  • JC Cuadrado as Chicoy
  • Jett Pangan as Mon
  • Jigo Garcia as Dr. Roxas
  • Julia Montes as Lance's young sister
  • Tess Gonzales as Janet
  • Andy Garcia as Manyakis na Call Center Agent
  • Krisheela Gonzales as Nina
  • Nico Deyro as Nico
  • Marco Morales as Sean

Cameo appearances[edit]

  • Inigo Dominic Pascual as Young Lance
  • PJ Valerio as Young Allan
  • R.J. Yap ... Racer's Girlfriend
  • Eileen Buencamino ... Racer 'sGirlfriend
  • Ann Ruffols ... Racer'sGirlfriend
  • Celine Hizon ... Sexy Girl
  • Giovan Bernardino ... Car Racer
  • Alex Perez ... Car Racer
  • Jimy Mendoza ... Asst. Mechanic
  • Buds Cabading ... Asst. Mechanic
  • Erwin Dematera ... Toy Plane Operator
  • April Rose Alsaca ... Nurse
  • Edwin Magat ... Driver
  • Erwin Jacutan ... Guada's suitor friend
  • Ariel Lugue ... Guada's suitor friend
  • Mercy Academia ... Old Couple
  • Carlos Academia ... Old Couple
  • Jake Yabut ... Young Couple
  • Kristel Anne Cleopas ... Young Couple
  • Jomar Dayrit ... Judge
  • Kisha Carullo ... Judge's Secretary
  • Hirochi Ushida ... Japanese Buyer
  • Kim Miura ... Japanese Buyer
  • Erik Perez ... Japanese Buyer
  • Roger Round ... American Buyer

Soundtrack[edit]

The 12-track OST album contained mostly original songs performed by the lead stars of the movie, Regine Velasquez and Piolo Pascual. The songs were solos and duets, a complete collaboration between the two singer-actors. The album was produced by the lead actress herself who is an accomplished record producer. Velasquez also provided back-up vocals on most tracks.[2]

The album contains original songs penned by Ogie Alcasid, Mon Faustino among others.

  1. Paano Kita Iibigin (4:42) - Piolo Pascual & Regine Velasquez
  2. Lalala (3:10) - Piolo Pascual
  3. Paano Kita Iibigin (4:24) - Regine Velasquez
  4. My World With You (3:38) - Piolo Pascual & Regine Velasquez
  5. Manhid (4:22) - Regine Velasquez
  6. With You (4:21) - Piolo Pascual
  7. Muling Magmamahal (4:58) - Piolo Pascual & Regine Velasquez
  8. Tahan (3:04) - Regine Velasquez
  9. Angel Eyes (4:06) - Piolo Pascual
  10. Pare Ko (5:29) - Regine Velasquez
  11. Paano Kita Iibigin (4:42) - Piolo Pascual
  12. Sana Nga (3:51) - Piolo Pascual & Regine Velasquez

Awards and recognitions[edit]

  • 56th Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences Awards (FAMAS Awards) nominations
    ACTOR - Piolo Pascual
    ACTRESS - Regine Velasquez
    ART DIRECTION - Chris Ecker de Guzman
    CHILD ACTOR - Quintin Alianza
    CINEMATOGRAPHY - Charlie Peralta
    EDITING - Marya Ignacio
    MUSICAL SCORE - Raul Mitra
    PICTURE
    SCREENPLAY - John Paul Abellera, Vanessa Valdez and Mel Mendoza-del Rosario
    STORY - John Paul Abellera and Tammy Bejerano-Dinopol
    SUPPORTING ACTOR - Robin da Roza
    SUPPORTING ACTRESS - Eugene Domingo
  • 24th PMPC Star Awards for Movies
    Movie Musical Scorer of the Year - Raul Mitra
    Movie Original Theme Song of the Year - Paano Kita Iibigin (Piolo Pascual and Regine Velasquez)
  • Nomination for Luna Awards, Best Actress and Best Actor for Regine Velasquez and Piolo Pascual this 2008.

References[edit]

  1. ^ CEB evaluation
  2. ^ Star Records News :: “Paano Kita Iibigin” Soundtrack, The Most Awaited Musical Collaboration Of The Year!

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