Pananampalataya ni Alden hahamunin sa ‘The Journey’
SA loob ng 20 years, patuloy na naghahatid ang APT Entertainment ng mga makabuluhan at napapanahong mga kuwento tuwing during Holy Week.
Marian Rivera, Jennylyn Mercado, Tom Rodriguez, Dennis Trillo, Barbie Forteza, Dingdong Dantes are some of the most formidable actors and actresses who have rendered unforgettable character portrayals in their respective APT Lenten movies.
At ngayong Black Saturday, isa na namang istorya ang mapapanood ng mga Kapuso na hahamon muli sa ating pananampalataya as APT Entertainment presents “The Journey” top-billed by one of the most sought-after actors in the entertainment scene, Alden Richards.
Ang “The Journey” ay tungkol kay Adrian (Alden) na na-bubuhay sa tina-tawag na post-apocalyptic era kung saan ang mga tao ay naging barbaric na at wala nang awa kung pumatay. His only way of survival was to become a hermit.
Pero isang araw, may isang baby na iniwan sa kanya kaya mapipilitan siyang gawin ang lahat para masiguro ang kaligtasan nito.
This movie for TV is directed by multi-awarded film and TV director Michael Tuviera, who has made APT presentations a commitment to their viewers.
“The hallmarks of our movies are based on really good stories, award-winning actors who know how to bring characters to life and connect to their audience, as well as our content, which is always compelling and well-thought of,” aniya.
“This year, we want to make our APT Lenten more special because it is our 20th year of making movies for this season.”
And true to his words, “The Journey” will indeed be something exciting, disquieting, and inspiring. It basically keeps the promise of stirring the moral courage in every person after watching the movie.
Kasama rin sa “The Journey” sina Max Collins, Kristoffer Martin, Vaness del Moral, Rodjun Cruz, Jennica Garcia-Uytingco, Nonie Buencamino, Irma Adlawan at Ricky Davao. Mapapanood ito ngayong Black Saturday, 7 p.m. sa GMA 7.
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