Home / Movies / Rhian Ramos and Piolo Pascual Love Scene got Fired Up in the movie Silong

 

Most Filipino movies, especially sexy ones, have the power to entice people to watch, not only because of wanting to see their favorite stars do love scenes in bed, but also because of the story.

Filipinos want to engage deep inside the character’s experience. This what makes tele serya/tele novelas popular. You want to know what’s going to happen on the next chapter of their lives. These aspects are wanted not only on TV series but also in the movies.

The indie film Silong probably doesn’t have the catch. This movie seem to have both the story and the excitement of sexy scenes. All because of Rhian Ramos and Piolo Pascual. Two excellent actors and two of the most sexiest stars.

Silong (2015), written and directed by Roy Sevilla Ho and Jeffrey Hidalgo, is about a doctor (Pascual) whom has been mourning about his wife’s death (Jacob). When one woman (Ramos) who was also a victim of dire circumstances met him along the way, and shared their grim experiences together.

Silong is something to be excited about simply because of these two hot celebrities.

In the trailer, it can be seen that these two stars got a little bit wild on their love scenes.

Never mind Rhian Ramos sc*ndals. Just watch the trailer and you too sure be fired up.

But there’s something about the movie besides the erotic scenes.

Despite of the said, ‘same ol marketing tactic,’ this movie in my opinion can give some value to its viewers.

There’s seem to be a valuable story behind it.

There’s that mystery behind the trailer.

I haven’t seen the movie yet. But I believe this is something art and movie critics to watch out for.

If you want to read a decent review about this movie, you can go to this page.

Watch the trailer below and see what lies beyond this movie. If it really is the love scenes. Call it sex scenes if you want.

Movie trailers are indeed good way to tempt movie goers to watch an upcoming film. Silong has probably proven it in this trailer.

Silong was initially screened at Cínemalayà: Philippine Independent Film Festival last August 14, 2015.

It will be shown in movie theaters nationwide on September 16, 2015.

 

About the author: Nonoy

 

A former musician who branched out his interest in creative writing and the World Wide Web.

He writes fiction on his spare time.

 

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