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Maria Ozawa talks about retiring from adult videos and her love for adobo

Maria Ozawa says she loves the Philippine weather and that she thinks balut is a ‘nightmare.’

BY LEO BUKAS

Twitter: @leobukas

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10/20/2015 7:45 AM
Maria Ozawa talks about retiring from adult videos and her love for adobo


102015-MARIA_main.jpgNagpo-focus ngayon ang dating adult video star na si Maria Ozawa sa paggawa ng mainstream movies. In fact, ayon mismo sa kanya, ay nakagawa na raw siya ng pelikula sa Japan, Thailand at Taiwan.

Pero ibang experience daw working ang na-enjoy niya habang sinusyuting ang pelikulang Nilalang dito sa Pilipinas kasama si Cesar Montano.

“It’s totally different, like film in Japan or in any other countries. I’ve done a movie in Thailand and in Taiwan too, but this is way better I think, Philippines is way better. They’re like... everybody is too nice. They spoil me,” nakangiti niyang pahayag.

Ang medyo hindi lang daw niya type ay ang working hours ng mga Pinoy.

“The working hour was really crazy. Ha-ha-ha!” sabi agad niya.

“It was really crazy like 15 more than hours everyday, but still, because it was that long, I got to know the cast better, we became friends, so that was really good. The more I stayed, the more I fell in love with them,” sabi ulit niya.

Kilalang-kilala si Maria bilang porn star na gumagawa ng mga adult video noon pero matagal na raw siyang nag-retire sa ganitong industry.

“Actually, I haven’t done those industry for like five, six years. I quit the industry hundred percent. That’s why I’ve been doing movies in Thailand and in Taiwan, and going to China every month for a club event,” pahayag pa niya.

Babalik pa ba siya sa ganu’ng trabaho?

“No, I don’t think so. I’m too old for the industry. Actually, in Japan, I have my own bar and I worked there, I dance too in Japan,” sagot niya.

Samantala, bukod sa kabaitan ng mga Pinoy, gustung-gusto rin ni Maria ang weather sa Pinas.

“I like the weather here. I like the humidity. In Japan it’s so cold, you have to wear like ten layers (of clothes) and I don’t like cold.”

Nagustuhan din daw niya ang adobo at favorite Filipino dish na niya ito.

“I love adobo. I’m telling this to every interview so they will give me more and more adobo. I can eat adobo everyday. I’m learning how to cook it now.”

Hindi naman niya nagustuhan ang balut.

“Balut was a nightmare. It was my first time seeing like that... No, I can’t eat it that. Sorry!” sey pa niya.

Babalik ng Pinas si Maria in time for the MMFF Parade of Stars at baka dito na rin daw siya mag-spend ng Christmas.