Have you ever found yourself fighting with a stranger on the internet during the lockdown? Well, this new film by the director “I’m Drunk, I Love You” will probably resonate well with you. Directed by JP Habac, Dito at Doon is set during the pandemic. Sounds familiar? The film revolves around Political Science graduate Len and her online/offline frenemy Caloy. The two characters have polarizing views but have become much closer from constant communication. The big question is, will their relationship survive?
In this exclusive interview, Janine Gutierrez and JC Santos share how they relate to their characters given it is set during the pandemic. They also share their favorite scene from the movie, and how they deal with trolls and haters on the internet.
Dito at Doon will be available for streaming on March 31 via ktx.ph, Cinema ’76 @ Home, iWant TFC, and Ticket2Me for only P350.