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THE secrets will unravel in Viva Films’ “A Secret Affair.”
The film marks the comeback of the Anne Curtis-Derek Ramsay tandem, one year after breaking box-office records with “No Other Woman” that gave them the Box-Office Queen and King crowns. It also won for Anne Curtis the FAMAS Best Actress trophy for her role of Kara, the glamorous socialite who wreaks havoc in the life of a married man. For sure Anne will be up again for Best Actress awards for “A Secret Affair,” where she plays the role of a woman whose boyfriend figures in a secret affair with a much younger woman.
Not to be outdone is co-star Andi Eigenmann who plays the role of the other woman in the Anne-Derek romance. And not just in the acting department, but also in the daring and baring especially in her steamy scenes with Derek.
But “A Secret Affair” is not just a simple love triangle. It’s a complicated story where all three main characters can be blamed for the sticky situation they find themselves in – Anne for having “cold feet” on her wedding to Derek, Derek for using Andi to forget about Anne, Andi for offering herself to Derek when she is good friends with Anne.
Add to this the problems that they have to deal with in their own homes – the struggle of Anne’s mom, Jaclyn Jose, with her dysfunctional marriage to Joel Torre, who has a mistress, and the broken marriage of Andi’s mom, Jackie Lou Blanco.
As though that’s not enough, “A Secret Affair” also promises to be eye-popping. In the tradition of classic Viva Films from the ‘80s, the movie boasts of a gorgeous production design with grand locations and fabulous fashions. It’s stylish, sophisticated, and glossy to the max. It also carries a soundtrack of some of the most beloved classic OPM love songs including Nina’s remake of the Pops Fernandez hit “Don’t Say Goodbye.”
These are all just appetizers. The main course is the movie itself. Don’t fail to watch it on October 24 when the biggest secrets of the year’s biggest, boldest, and brightest movie will all be revealed.