Nowadays, it is normal for us to see a husband staying at home to replace the position of a wife. It is something that every guy should not be a shame nor think that they are “adres de saya” because of this situation the wife is the one who supports for their family needs.
OctoArts films presents Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) entry “My Househusband”, is a light comedy about husband and wife have exchanged roles, at least in the traditional sense, that, is Rod (Ryan Agoncillo) stays at tends to home while Mia (Judy Ann Santos) earns a living. They deal with various situations in such set up.
Starring the real life couple Ryan Agoncillo and Judy Ann Santos, “My House Husband” is surely a big hit on big screen just like their topgrossers movies in 2007 “ Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo” and 2008’s “Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo.” It wouldn’t be a surprise at all “My House Husband” will emerge as great contender once again in the 2011 film festival-box race.
“We’ve been married for two years now so we know exactly what marriage is about unlike previous films where it was purely acting, ” Ryan said. “Plus with Yohan and Lucho for a quite time so we can truly say we relate to being parents.”
Ryan and Judy Ann relate to their roles scenarios and acted with full of heart as a family in this film. “Some of the things that happen to Mia, I myself have gone through in life,” said Ryan.
“And there were instances when I can relate to how Rod reacts to a situation because I feel I would do the same if it were me,“said Judy Ann.
The film also stars 2011 Cinemalaya’s Best Actress Eugene Domingo. So expect more comedy scenes, crazy punchlines and TV patrol acting of Eugene.
“My HouseHusband” is being helmed by the award-wining Jose Javier Reyes.
And also, a group of bloggers including me invited to an intimate luncheon with Director Jose Javier Reyes to talk about “My House Husband” movie and his personal life. Direk Joey is really a cool guy with full of sense of humor, fun to be with and most of all he’s very witty. He answered all our questions concisely and competently. He’s also game to answers our gossips and naughty questions. The 2 hours of conversation with him was super laugh trip. We really enjoyed our time talking with him. And I must say, he’s not just good in directing a movie, he’s also good, kind and true person and I’m sure my blogger friends who joined us would agree on it.
“My Househusband” under OctoArts Films is an entry to this year’s Metro Manila Film Festival this December.