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‘Hello, Love, Goodbye’ director Cathy Garcia-Molina appeals to Hong Kong fans to stop interfering during filming

  • Cathy Garcia-Molina appeals to fans to stop taking photos and videos during the shooting of ‘Hello, Love, Goodbye’
  • Director Cathy would want Hong Kong fans to understand their situation and pleaded them to not interfere during the filming
  • This request of director Cathy was caught on camera and is currently circulating online

The Box-Office director Cathy Garcia-Molina appealed to the fans in Hong Kong for consideration, to let her, the staff and the cast be able to have a smooth filming of her upcoming movie ‘Hello, Love, Goodbye’ which is top-billed by Kathryn Bernardo and Alden Richards.

The sentiment of the multi-awarded director was caught on camera and was posted on April 11. In the video, she can be seen requesting the fans to stop taking photos and videos of them while they are having their shoot.

Warning them about the consequence of having them being removed from the area if they will still insist on crowding the place and making a commotion.

“I’m sorry, I’m sorry, nahihirapan na kami. Paalisin po kami rito, hindi na kami pababalikin. Ba’t hindi niyo maintindihan yun?”

Since the appeal of director Cathy, many netizens also think that the director was right and respect should be given. Netizens have appealed online to also stop the posting of sneak peeks from the scenes, so as not to spoil the story.

‘Hello, Love, Goodbye’ is the first movie that will be starred by two talents who are individually tagged with famous loveteams. This movie is one of the most awaited stories of the year. Here’s hoping a great result out of the fresh tandem.


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