Throwback hugot ni Cherie Gil: Never ever kiss me in greeting if I don’t know who the hell you are...and please don’t call me TITA! Bandera

Throwback hugot ni Cherie Gil: Never ever kiss me in greeting if I don’t know who the hell you are…and please don’t call me TITA!

Ervin Santiago |August 07,2022
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Throwback hugot ni Cherie Gil: Never ever kiss me in greeting if I don’t know who the hell you are…and please don’t call me TITA!

Ervin Santiago - August 07, 2022 - 12:18 PM

Cherie Gil

HINDI lang sa mga teleserye at pelikula kilalang mataray at palaban ang yumaong seasoned at award-winning actress na si Cherie Gil.

Sa totoong buhay, prangka at wala ring kinatatakutan at iniiwasan ang premyadong aktres lalo na kung alam niyang nasa katwiran siya at walang inaapakang tao.

Kapag in-interview si Cherie, diretso at walang paliguy-ligoy ang kanyang mga sagot kaya gustung-gusto siyang kachikahan ng mga miyembro ng entertainment media.

Sa mga hindi pa nakakaalam, 16 years old nang ipakilala si Cherie ni Mother Lily Monteverde sa Regal Films movie “Problem Child” noong Feb. 1,1980. At mula noon, nagsunud-sunod na ang kanyang pelikula hanggang sa kilalanin bilang mahusay na kontrabida sa local showbiz.

At sa kanyang pamamaalam, maraming iiwanang alaala ang aktres, kabilang na riyan ang kanyang mga classic movies at ang kontrobersyal niyang “Actors Etiquette” na isinulat niya noong December, 2018.

 

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Ito ang mga tips at advice ni Cherie para sa mga baguhang artista kung gusto nilang tumagal sa industriya. Bukod sa hindi malilimutang linyahan niya sa 1985 blockbuster movie na “Bituing Walang Ningning” kasama si Sharon Cuneta, ang “You’re nothing but a second-rate trying hard copycat,” naging kontrobersyal din ang dialogue ni Cherie na “Please don’t call me Tita!” para sa mga baguhang artista.

“Certain actors’ etiquette are not taught in some acting workshops. And I think they should be.I personally think the following and NOT in the order of importance.

“NEVER ever kiss me in greeting, out of so called politeness and courtesy, if I don’t know who the hell you are! Introduce yourself first.

“And pllleeeaaasssee don’t call me TITA unless we are blood related (or super super close fam friends)

“NEVER ever echo the directors’ instructions to your co-actor in the scene.

“Never TEACH your co-actor or tell her/him how he should do the scene or his part UNLESS you need something from the actor which would help you in your own process. BUT ask kindly and humbly.

“NEVER look to your cellphone or retouch while blocking/reading a scene (I promise I’ll either slap you or walk out on you).

“NEVER ever let ANY actor wait for you when called to the set ESPECIALLY senior actors.

“Art is a collaboration. And there is always room to learn from and grow with one another. So … please throw your effing ugly EGO out the window.

“There are various kinds of EGO by the way. Learn the difference. KEEP the good kind which is necessary for creativity and your own preservation of self-worth!” ang bahagi ng naging pahayag noon ng aktres.

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