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Beverly Salviejo attests that the Marcoses aren’t monsters!

She then cited that it was the viewers’ chance to see that the Marcoses aren’t monsters but also people.

On July 29, singer-comedienne Beverly Salviejo attested that the viewers would see the Marcoses aren’t monsters through their movie Maid in Malacañang.

At the red carpet premiere of the Viva Films movie, Salviejo thanked everyone who attended the event. 



“Gusto ko lang po magpasalamat sa lahat lahat ng umattend ngayon, nawa po ay nagustuhan ninyo po ang inyong napanood. Ipagsabi naman ninyo po para po ang ating po mga kasamahan pa na gusto po nila malaman kung ano po ‘yung mga nangyari, the last 72 hours ng Pamilya Marcos, sa loob ng palasyo.”

She then cited that it was the viewers’ chance to see that the Marcoses aren’t monsters but also people.

“‘Yun din po ang pagkakatoon para maintindihan natin na hindi po sila mga monsters, sila po ay mga tao ring katulad natin.” 

Salviejo then listed the scenes she considered as best moments in the film, praising her co-actors. 

“The golden moments here are not mine, ‘yun ‘yung kay Bongbong, ‘yun kay Ella, ‘yung kay Cristine, lalo na ‘yung nagwala siya na ‘yung sa tatay niya na, ‘nilalason na ninyo ang tatay ko.’ Nakakakilabot. And of course ‘yung mga facial expressions pa lang ni Miss Oropesa at Karla Estrada, naku sabi ko, ‘how I wish, I know how to act like that.’ Napaka-internal ng kanilang interpretation ng kanilang characters.”

Maid in Malacañang stars Cesar Montano, Ruffa Gutierrez, Cristine Reyes, Diego Loyzaga, Ella Cruz, Kiko Estrada, Kyle Velino, Elizabeth Oropesa, Karla Estrada, and Beverly Salviejo.



Directed by controversial Darryl Yap, the Viva Films is now showing in theaters nationwide, to be followed by worldwide screenings.

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