Kim Chiu is proud of the lessons she learned from Vilma Santos while shooting 'The Healing.'
Kim Chiu happily shared that she has already finished shooting her upcoming horror flick, The Healing.
Aside from playing a dual role (doppelganger), the 21 year-old was more challenged by the fact that she got to work with Batangas Governor Vilma Santos. “It’s a wonderful experience. Ang dami kong natutunan sa kanya
as an actress and as a person. And kay Direk
Chito (Roño) din, sobra akong nag
-enjoy. Parang nag-
acting ko. Madami akong natutunan
in terms of work sa
While filming the movie, there were moments wherein she felt intimidated by Vilma’s stature as an actress, which made it a bit difficult for her to deliver certain scenes. But Kim was grateful to Vilma because the latter encouraged her to stay focused in her role. “Sabi niya gawin mo dapat mong gawin sa isang eksena. Huwag mong sasayangin. Paulit-ulit niyang sinasabi na sayang yung eksena
.” Vilma was equally very taken with Kim ever since they did a sample of a confrontation scene for Vilma: A Woman For All Seasons (a five-part TV special in 2009).
In the meantime, Kim is gearing up for her newest soap Ina, Kapatid, Anak
which also top-bills Maja Salvador, Xian Lim, and Enchong Dee. Aside from her easy camaraderie with fellow young stars, she is also excited to play Cherry Pie Picache’s daughter in the story. “It’s different dynamic. First time namin magkatrabaho ni
Ms. Pie na mag-ina kami. Madaming beses na kaming nagkasama sa teleserye pero hindi siya yung kakampi ko. Yun ang isa sa mga dapat abangan ng