'Beyond overwhelming': Cathy Garcia-Molina grateful for film's success


Posted at Aug 15 2019 04:53 PM | Updated as of Aug 15 2019 05:49 PM

MANILA -- Movie director Cathy Garcia-Molina is overwhelmed by the success of Star Cinema's OFW drama "Hello, Love, Goodbye," which has already crossed P500 million mark in less than two weeks since it opened in cinemas last July 31. 

In an Instagram post by Star Cinema executive Mico del Rosario on Thursday, Molina thanked all those who supported and watched the first big-screen team up of Kapamilya actress Kathryn Bernardo and Kapuso actor Alden Richards 


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"Hindi ko po alam kung paano magte-thank you sa inyong lahat. Beyond overwhelming po kasi ang pagtanggap niyo sa pelikula, sa bagong tandem, sa bagong love team, sa bagong story. Marami pong bago sa pelikulang ito at kasama po roon 'yung nanibago kami. My God! I'm so happy. We are very, very happy. And, thank you, thank you very much to all those that have watched and will watch again. At doon sa mga hindi pa nanood ay nood na po kayo at mami-miss niyo 'yung story ni Joy and Ethan," Garcia-Molina said.

"Hello, Love, Goodbye" follows the love story of Joy (Bernardo), a domestic helper, and Ethan (Richards), a bartender, as they both grapple with the challenges faced by Filipino workers abroad.