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Bea Alonzo on ‘One More Chance’ having a book version: ‘Ang surreal ng pakiramdam’

Bea Alonzo says she considers the movie-turned-book as a milestone in her life.

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Kristhoff Cagape

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08/03/2015 04:54 PM
Bea Alonzo on ‘One More Chance’ having a book version: ‘Ang surreal ng pakiramdam’
080315-bea_main.jpgBea Alonzo remarked that she is beyond ecstatic knowing her hit movie One More Chance now has a book version. “Ang surreal ng pakiramdam, kanina nga kausap ko si ate Carmi (Raymundo), isa sa mga writers, parang hindi [kami] makapaminawala na ginagawa talaga natin 'to.Yung book signing ng ‘One More Chance’ nostalgic siya, parang nagkwekwentuhan kami about the past, surreal,” she said.

The actress considers this feat as truly a milestone in her life. “Siguro ito milestone at least sa aming dalawa [ni John Loyd], sa writers kay direk Cathy (Garcia-Molina).” Bea admitted that she did not expect that the film would actually achieve the kind of success that it has now. “Ako hindi ko naisip,” she confessed.

Now that rumors are going around that there will be a second part of One More Chance and fans are still raving about “Popoy” and “Basha”, Bea is looking forward to what lies ahead for her and One More Chance. “Siyempre masaya ako na parte ako nito. Excited ako sa mga pwedeng mangyari.”

Like the fans of the movie, Bea has her share of unforgettable lines from the movie. “Siguro ‘yung ‘It takes grown-ups to make a relationship work.’ May gusto [rin] akong linya ni Lloydie don na ‘Kaya tayo iniiwan ng mga taong mahal natin dahil may darating na tatama ng mali,’ ganon ‘yun.”