“Mahilig s’ya sundutin ang kili-kili ko ‘pag basa,” confessed actress Liza Soberano when asked about the things that she and onscreen partner Enrique Gil would often fight about.
The two are currently promoting their latest movie, Antoinette Jadaone’s romantic drama titled “Along/Together,” which will hit cinemas nationwide on Feb. 13.
The film tells the love story of Christine and Rafael during their college years. When it was time for them to graduate and leave school, the couple eventually decide to take different paths. They meet again several years later, while with their respective partners, and realize that they are falling for each other again.
The film also stars Sylvia Sanchez, Nonie Buencamino, Adrian Alandy, Mary Joy Apostol, Xia Vigor and Jasmine Curtis-Smith.
The film’s theme song is a brand new version of “214,” recorded by JM de Guzman. The “Alone/Together” soundtrack also features songs from rock icons Eraserheads and a brand new song from Up Dharma Down’s Armi Millare.
Watch the full video to see more of LizQuen talk about “Alone/Together.” (Report by Daisy Liezel Cuison)