ABS-CBN Films’ Hello, Love, Goodbye, the most successful and highest-grossing Filipino film of all time, has recently marked its place on global map and finally made its way to Vietnam. Directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina, this romantic drama tells the story of two young Overseas Filipino Workers in Hong Kong whose lives intertwine after a chance run-in with each other.
The film revolves around the love story of a young girl named Joy (Bernardo) and a bartender called Ethan (Richards). After leaving her home country, Joy came to Hong Kong to earn a living to support her family and eventually pursue her dream of going to Canada. Joy met Ethan, a playboy and an OFW who plans to settle down in Hong Kong.
Hello, Love, Goodbye highlights just how deep an impact people can make in your life. It qualifies the age-old saying that people who enter your life serve a purpose. All the while, it showcases the power of selflessness — how people are capable of going great lengths for those they care about. On the other hand, it warns viewers about the potential downsides of love. To what extent will you allow yourself to fall for someone? Moreover, when faced with the inevitable decision between love for oneself and love for another, how does one begin to choose?
The film stars two of the Philippines’ youngest superstars, Kathryn Bernardo and Alden Richards. Kathryn Bernardo has starred in a number of multi-awarded television series and box-office hits since 2003 — her most recent being the horror fantasy show La Luna Sangre, which received two PMPC Star Awards. Kathryn is also the recipient of the Best Foreign TV Actress Award in the 2016 Face of the Year Awards Ho Chi Minh City for “Got To Believe” and in 2018 for “Pangako Sa ‘Yo”.
Joining her for the first time on screen is Alden Richards, the Filipinos’ “Pambansang Bae” who rose to fame in 2015 as a member of the afternoon variety show Eat Bulaga. The 27-year-old actor already has several film projects under his belt, such as the critically acclaimed Imagine You and Me, in which he was dubbed the Prince of Philippine Movies 2016.
Hello, Love, Goodbye is now showing in over 129 cinemas nationwide at BHD, Lotte, CGV and EVG malls. Book your tickets through https://hlgasia.mytfc.com/