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Julia Barretto reveals the reason she’ll never forget “Between Maybes”

“There’s pain, there’s betrayal in the past, but she has a good heart. When I was doing that film, that’s what Julia was going through. She was so misunderstood, very lost. Hazel in the film and Julia as an actress doing the film, they both found themselves at the same time. So, I’ll never forget that film.”

Controversial actress Julia Barretto posted a second video titled “The Becoming of Just Julia” on her YouTube account last September 27, 2019. Fans were excited as they thought it would be a grand tour of the actress’ new home.

Unfortunately for the fans, it was not the grand tour vlog post they were expecting from Julia. But rather, it was a video that entailed what makes the actress happy, and the reasons she will never forget her Between Maybes film with Gerald Anderson.


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The 22-year-old actress has stated that she loves everything about Between Maybes because she really can relate to her character Hazel.

According to her, the entire feel of the movie is just natural and has true emotions, and it was more like speaking through their eyes more than their mouths.

“There’s pain, there’s betrayal in the past, but she has a good heart. When I was doing that film, that’s what Julia was going through. She was so misunderstood, very lost. Hazel in the film and Julia as an actress doing the film, they both found themselves at the same time. So, I’ll never forget that film.”

Meanwhile, Ngayong at Kailanman and Love You To The Stars And Back were also among Julia’s favorite projects.

It can be recalled that Julia was suspected as the reason behind Bea Alonzo and Gerald Anderson’s breakup last July. After weeks of keeping mum, Julia has finally clarified the real score with Gerald Anderson to end the speculations about their rumored relationship.

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