Award-winning director Ruel S. Bayani describes his newest masterpiece “One More Try,” starred by Angel Locsin, Dingdong Dantes, Zanjoe Marudo and Angelica Panganiban, as a unique family drama that will touch the hearts of moviegoers in this year’s Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF). “One More Try,” which is graded A by the Cinema Evaluation Board, will hit cinemas nationwide on Tuesday, Christmas day (December 25).
“It is still a unique kind of family drama. Yes, nandoon iyong sexy adult theme. Nandoon ang love scenes at ‘yung sex appeal nung apat na main cast,” shared Bayani, who was so impressed with the performance of Angel, Dingdong, Zanjoe and Angelica in the movie. “I would say that it is the sexiest kind of family drama. I think, umuusok siya sa screen. Bumagay ang mga actors ko sa roles nila. Casting coup ito!”
Bayani, who was also the director of the box-office hit “No Other Woman,” believes that the unique and brave narrative of “One More Try” is perfect to be seen by families during Christmas.
“One More Try‘ is a movie that will be enjoyed be a lot of people. Kapupulutan ito ng aral at paghuhugutan ng inspirasyon ng maraming pamilyang Pilipino,” said Bayani. “Here, they will discover that a true Filipino family stays together. They go through a crisis and survive that crisis together and they become better people after.”
Bayani further shared that the beauty of ‘One More Try’ lies on the message it imparts to the moviegoers. “Hindi regalo o gayak ang tunay na diwa ng Pasko, kundi ang pagsasama ng pamilya kahit saan, kahit anuman ang mangyari,” he said. “Kaya tamang-tama para sa Pasko ang pelikulang ito dahil makikita dito kung paano magagawa ng isang pamilya ang lahat para sa minamahal nila at kung paano maipararamdam sa mahal mo na hindi mo siya iiwan at lalaban kayong magkasama.”
Aside from Angel, Dingdong, Zanjoe and Angelica, “One More Try” also stars Carmina Villarroel, Agot Isidro, Edward Mendez, and Gina Pareño.
Experience love that makes you do the impossible and accept the unacceptable, don’t miss “One More Try,” along with Star Cinema’s “Sisterakas,” which will hit theaters nationwide on Christmas Day.