North American Theatrical screenings of Cinema One Originals’ PAANO KO SASABIHIN this July 23 to 29:

Posted in NEWS on July 7, 2010 by paanokosasabihin

North American Theatrical screenings of Cinema One Originals’ PAANO KO SASABIHIN this July 23 to 29:





Confirmed: Erich G will attend the July 24 TFC event screening of Paano Ko Sasabihin in Orlando, Florida. See you all! Watch the movie.



Posted in Uncategorized on April 22, 2010 by paanokosasabihin


Posted in Uncategorized on April 22, 2010 by paanokosasabihin

Love falling on deaf ears

Posted in Uncategorized on April 20, 2010 by paanokosasabihin
Love falling on deaf ears
By Phillip Cu-Unjieng (The Philippine Star) Updated April 19, 2010 12:00 AM


MANILA, Philippines – A Cinema One Original, Paano Ko Sasabihin? is written and directed by Richard Soriano Legaspi, and features young stars Erich Gonzalez and Enchong Dee. It’s a unique love story that dares to be different in terms of approach and substance, skirting more commercial possibilities, and yet carrying its own winsome charm. Much of the film’s chance for success hinges on its premise on love overcoming physical handicaps where they don’t even exist; and how love can survive when first impressions, expectations and disguises are set aside. 

Ehryl (Erich) is part of a scriptwriting team, and has a deaf-mute brother (Wilhelm); her dream being to help her mother purchase the hearing aid her brother badly needs. A chance encounter on the LRT has her watching Mike (Enchong) interacting with a deaf-mute child, and she presumes he’s similarly afflicted. Immediately “signing,” she thinks that by doing so, Mike will be more attracted to her. Mike is a teacher in a School for the Physically Handicapped, and while he, like Ehryl, can speak, he similarly takes her “signing” as an indication that she’s deaf-mute, and does not let on that he can speak. What follows is a whirlwind relationship founded on parallel deceptions — each worried that once either reveals the truth, the other will feel he (or she) were taken advantage of, and so the charade continues. Naturally, this can last only so long, and the film’s premise is to unravel these deceptions, and discover how said love can, or will, survive.

While Enchong is successful in his portrayal, it’s Erich that truly shines, showcasing a gamut of emotions that heralds her as one of the really fine young actresses we should watch out for. Luminous, yet never distanced, she takes this film into the palm of her hand, and turns it into “her project.” There is some stiff dialogue (example, the line about lip-synching), and the plausibility of for how long they can continue the “deaf” charade is stretched, as there are far too many situations when their speaking up would seem natural. Enjoyed the director’s light touch, as in the humorous sequence when a taxi driver presumes the two are deaf, and proceeds to talk about his marriage and sex life. All in all, a film that manages to stay true to its vision, and succeeds on its own merits — an indie film that has the same kind of spirit and charm that (500) Days of Summer had, and the chance to enjoy a degree of mainstream success.

Contest: Win Free Tickets to ‘Paano Ko Sasabihin’ Starring Erich Gonzalez and Enchong Dee

Posted in Uncategorized on April 9, 2010 by paanokosasabihin

The contest is easy. In one sentence, how do you say “I Love You” to your special someone without using words? Begin your sentence with: I express my love to him/her by…

Here are some examples:

    I express my love to him by bringing him lunch at work.
    I express my love to her by picking her up from school and accompany her to her house.
    I express my love to her by holding her hands.

Post your entry on Starmometer’s official Facebook fan page by commenting in the post entitled: Win a Pair of Tickets to the Romantic Film “Paano Ko Sasabihin.”

The contest is open only to Starmometer’s Facebook fans so if you are not a fan yet, please click “become a fan.” Afterwards, you can now post a comment under the “Paano Ko Sasabihin” contest article and get a chance to win one of the 5 pairs of tickets for the Enchong Dee-Erich Gonzalez’s romantic film.

The 5 most interesting entries will be chosen to receive a
pair of invites to “Paano Ko Sasabihin” that can be used on April 16 to
22, 2010 at any SM Cinemas. This contest will begin today, April 4 until April 12. The 5 winners will be announced on April 13 on the Starmometer website and Starmometer Facebook page.

Click here to proceed to Starmometer’s Facebook page and post your entry to the “Panno Ko Sasabihin” contest.

Cinema One holds fans day for “Paano Ko Sasabihin” stars Enchong Dee and Erich Gonzalez

Posted in Uncategorized on March 30, 2010 by paanokosasabihin

Cinema One holds fans day for “Paano Ko Sasabihin” stars Enchong Dee and Erich Gonzalez

Considered as one of their generation’s hottest love teams, Enchong Dee and Erich Gonzalez is set to pass on their compelling small screen chemistry to their first silver screen team-up via the Cinema One Originals movie “Paano Ko Sasabihin.”

The film will be screened from April 16 to 22 at all SM Cinemas all over Metro Manila. In line with the theatrical screening, Cinema One, will be treating avid supporters of Erich and Enchong with an afternoon filled with fun and excitement. The fans day will be on April 7, 4pm at SM North EDSA Annex, Entertainment Plaza.

Paano Ko Sasabihin is an unpredictable light romantic comedy about two strangers who can ‘hear’ the call of love by using their hearts. Enchong and Erich play the role of deaf-mute lovers in the film, where Enchong’s character knows sign language since he teaches this in the school where he works while Erich’s character knows how to sign language because of her deaf-mute brother.

The extraordinary chemistry of the “EnRich” loveteam is well received by critics and viewers alike. Apart from successfully proving their strength as a team-up on two of ABS-CBN’s top-rating soaps Katorse and Tanging Yaman, Erich and Enchong have further impressed the public with their performance on Paano Ko Sasabihin. In fact, because of the film’s success, Enchong is nominated as New Movie Actor of the Year at the 26th PMPC Star Awards for Movies 2010.

Combined with an unpretentious unique plotline and well chosen interesting locations like that of the metro train or MRT, the unique charm of Erich and Enchong was significant in making the film one of the biggest winners in the latest Cinema One Originals Digital Movie Festival where it bagged the following awards–Best Editing, Special Mention Award and the Audience Choice Award for Best Digital Movie.

Paano Ko Sasabihin
was written and directed by Richard Legaspi, a graduate of the Asian Film Academy in Pusan, South Korea. His films have been screened at the Pusan, Dubai, Pyongyang, Berlin, Vienna, Budapest, and many other festivals. His short film “Ambulancia” won at the Festival Internazionale del Cortometraggio San Gio in Verona, Italy. He was also the first Filipino filmmaker invited to the 32nd Film Festival Weiterstadt in Germany and first Asian filmmaker nominated in Grand OFF European Film Awards in Warsaw, Poland.

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Posted in Uncategorized on January 28, 2010 by paanokosasabihin

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