Cathy Garcia-Molina’s latest directed movie Hello, Love, Goodbye is a massive box-office success. The film has already earned more than 500 million pesos as of this writing.
“It’s an overwhelming success, overwhelmed kami sampu ng mga kasama ko sa trabaho. Never niyo po kaming pinabayaan. How I wish I could give it back to you a hundredfold via my movies. Maraming, maraming salamat po sa lahat ng nanood,” direk Cathy said in an interview on Tonight with Boy Abunda.
She admitted that it is times like these when it becomes hard to leave the industry. It can be recalled that direk Cathy have decided to retire from the movie industry soon to spend time with her family. “Kaya siguro nahihirapan akong umalis sa industriyang ito because of these things that I know somehow I make people laugh, I make people happy, and maybe that's why I am coming back,” she stated.
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When asked about her favorite scene of Kathryn Bernardo, who plays a Hong Kong domestic helper named Joy, in the movie, the director shared, “Ako po favorite ko kay Kathryn 'yung beauty pageant, that’s where I believe that Kathryn lost herself.”
Meanwhile, she said that her favorite scene of Alden, who plays a bartender named Ethan, was a scene towards the movie’s ending. “[Kay Alden] towards the end nong nag-usap sila sa pier,” she stated.