Alone/Together

Genre:  Comedy, Romance
Release Date: February 22, 2019

Current rating: Rating: 4.71
based on 14 votes and 3 reviews
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Synopsis

College sweethearts Christine (Liza Soberano) and Raf (Enrique Gil) meet again for the first time, eight years after their breakup. Christine, who once was an over-achieving art student, has become a failure while Raf, a guy nobody thought would be a great man, is now an esteemed doctor to the barrios.

As both now live a life different from each other, their reunion takes them back to their youth and the dreams they shared back in the day. From then on, familiar feelings start to resurface and they find themselves falling in love with each other again. Will they both be willing to risk what they currently have just to feel the bliss of being young again?

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  • 5 stars "I really enjoyed the movie. I thought it was very well done, I specially like acting of the female lead. Story felt real and hopeful. In the age of machine, war, ghost etc., a real human story for a change! And that also a very sweet, real and inspirational one! Hope to see similar ones in the future."
  • 5 stars "It's not really a love story, and I think that's what makes it different and relevant. It's an inspiration or should I say, a glimpse into the reality of what can happen if one's idealism is crushed by LIFE. If I were my younger self, I would have learned a lesson from this movie. Overall. tje story is fast paced. There wasn't any unnecessary actors muddling around for comedic relief and most importantly, the.actors didn't have to tell and become hysterical in their scenes to drive a point.."
  • 5 stars "It's not for people who only like the 'giddy' teenager feelings. It's a deep story of someone's singular failure in life defining the future for her. Deep rooted in the story are subliminal messages of hope and perseverance and surprisingly, nationalism. Something that is apt in the current political environment of the country setting. You should watch this for the lessons you will learn. Most of all to young adults who think that conquering the world is what LIFE is."
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