- Aga Muhlach and Alice Dixson star in their reunion movie Nuuk
- Aga reminisced about his past relationship with Alice
- He narrated about his rebellious side during the ’80s and ’90s
Multi-awarded actor Aga Muhlach has a project with Alice Dixson through the movie Nuuk. The upcoming psycho-thriller movie is produced by Viva Films and OctoArts Films.
The two actors previously worked together Regal Films’ Joey Boy Munti (1991) and Sinungaling Mong Puso (1992).
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Aga spilled some details about his working relationship with Alice in the past.
“Buwisit nga siya sa akin noon. Galit siya sa akin noon. Ang tingin niya raw sa akin noon, mayabang!” Aga said.
Taking a trip down memory lane, the actor bared his rebellious side during his younger years as an actor.
“Sabi ko nga, rebel days ko yun, parang panahon ng mga lost days ko in the industry that people don’t remember, but I had those times. Yun ang mga panahon na kasama ko siya. Yun ang panahon na ligaw na ligaw na ligaw ako na parang darating ako sa shooting dahil kailangang dumating. Yun ang mga panahon na nasa set ka na, hindi ako dumarating. Presscon, hindi ako dumarating. Madami yun, ‘tapos darating ako sa presscon, pilit na pilit, ‘tapos naka-shorts lang ako, naka-rubber shoes, ‘tapos ten minutes sa presscon, lalayas ako. Lalakad na lang ako, yun ang panahon na kasama ko siya. Hindi niyo alam yun.”
He also said that the present generation did not know much about his struggles in the ’80s and ’90s.
“Ibang-iba na ngayon.Lahat ng mga pinagdaanan ko, man, that’s tough. People siguro forgot already what I went through the ’80s, ’90s. Ay, naku, good… bad… bad… bad… good… good… good. It was always repairing it and fixing it and learning and saying na hindi mo na uulitin ito kapag may mga nagawa kang mali sa buhay mo,” Aga shared.
Even before Internet and social media platforms were created, Aga had his life like an open book to the public. But Aga said that he is not worried if his issues are still remembered by some people today.
“Okey lang para sa akin, I did not dwell on it. Inayos ko kasi yun. Lahat ng nangyaring gulo, kahit sila ang mali, ako ang naloko, ako ang naapi, hindi ko tinataniman ng sama ng loob, kasi inaayos ko ang sarili. Ang sa akin, gusto kong mabuhay nang maayos, gusto kong mabuhay nang masaya.”
Aside from being the lead actor, Aga also served as the executive producer of Nuuk which was shot in Greenland. It was also produced in cooperation with the Embassy of the Kingdom of Denmark, the one who governs over Greenland.
Nuuk is helmed by Veronica Velasco which was known for her critically-acclaimed movies
Inang Yaya and Through Night and Day.
In the film, Aga plays Mark Alvarez, a mysterious man who becomes a confidant of Elaisa Svendsen, a Filipina residing in Greenland who longs for her deceased husband. Living in despair after her husband dies, Elaisa eventually feels at ease with Mark starts to fall for him. Things are finally starting to get better for Elaisa because of Mark, until a mystery comes along since it appears that nobody recognizes Mark but Elaisa.
Nuuk is the first Filipino movie set in the arctic landscapes of Greenland, the location of the movie perfectly parallels with its theme — dark, cold, mysterious.
Nuuk opens in cinemas this November 6, 2019.