Enchong's and Erich's film opens in select SM Cinemas


Posted at Apr 16 2010 01:06 PM | Updated as of Apr 16 2010 09:30 PM

           Photo courtesy of Nimfa Chu

MANILA, Philippines - Cinema One Originals’ award-winning movie “Paano Ko Sasabihin?” is showing from April 16 to 22 in select SM cinemas nationwide, including SM Manila, Sta. Mesa, Megamall, Fairview, North EDSA, Southmall, Bacoor, Clark, Cebu and Davao.
With lead stars Enchong Dee and Erich Gonzalez, “Paano Ko Sasabihin?” is an unpredictable light romantic comedy about two strangers who can "hear" the call of love by using their hearts. Enchong and Erich play the role of deaf-mute lovers in the film, with a twist.
The extraordinary chemistry of the “EnRich” love team has been well received by critics and viewers alike.

Apart from successfully proving their strength as a team-up on two of ABS-CBN’s top-rating soaps, Katorse and Tanging Yaman, Erich and Enchong have impressed the public with their performances on “Paano Ko Sasabihin?”

As a result of the film's success, Enchong was nominated New Movie Actor of the Year at the 26th Philippine Movie Press Club (PMPC) Star Awards for Movies 2010.
Combined with a unique plot and interesting locations, the unique chemistry between Erich and Enchong was significant in making the film one of the biggest winners in the latest Cinema One Originals Digital Movie Festival, where it bagged the following awards--Best Editing, Special Mention Award and the Audience Choice Award for Best Digital Movie.
“Paano Ko Sasabihin?” was written and directed by Richard Legaspi, a graduate of the Asian Film Academy in Pusan, South Korea. His films have been screened at the Pusan, Dubai, Pyongyang, Berlin, Vienna, Budapest, and many other festivals.

His short film “Ambulancia” won at the Festival Internazionale del Cortometraggio San Gio in Verona, Italy.

He was also the first Filipino filmmaker invited to the 32nd Film Festival Weiterstadt in Germany, and first Asian filmmaker nominated in the Grand OFF European Film Awards in Warsaw, Poland.
“Paano Ko Sasabihin?” was produced under the annual Cinema One Originals project of the channel. Cinema One and Cinema One Originals are owned by Creative Programs, Inc.