Witness the continuation of a different kind of love story this May with the upcoming mainstream theatrical release of Single/Single: Love Is Not Enough.
Directed by Veronica Velasco and Pablo Biglang-awa and written by Lilit Reyes and Jinky Laurel, Single/Single: Love Is Not Enough follows the love story of Joee and Joey on the hit cable mini-series Single/Single, which is a joint production of Cinema One and Philippine Star that originally aired in 2016 starring Shaina Magdayao and Matteo Guidecelli.
Single/Single is a thirteen-episode series that depicts the changing lifestyle of today’s millennials, their concerns, and the many issues that they face – all set in the engaging backdrop of the romantic-comedy genre.
Single/Single: Love Is Not Enough picks up where the series left off in its final episode as the relationship of Joee (Magdayao) and Joey (Guidecelli) moves on to the next level. Joee is about to give birth, while Joey remains in love with her and tries to become a responsible foster father. The realities of raising a baby changes the dynamics of their ideal relationship. Their commitment with each other is both challenged and redefined as Joee, Joey, and their gang of millennials encounter obstacles that will greatly affect their careers and relationships.
Single/Single presents an interesting and ideal world where love is magical and where romance makes everything sparkle. It is a world where two hearts, two minds, and two souls struggle to survive the realities of a different kind of romance.
What will become of the love story between Joee and Joey? Will indifference break them down? Will the trials they face separate them? Will the new set of challenges they are bound to face break them apart? And is love really enough to make a relationship last? What are the surprises that await Joee and Joey and their motley crew of fabulous millennials? Find out all the answers as Single/Single hits the big screen.
Single/Single: Love Is Not Enough also assembles all the original cast members from the cable series, namely Cherie Gil, Ricky Davao, Anna Luna, Brian Sy, and JC Santos.
Single/Single: Love Is Not Enough is showing in cinemas nationwide starting May 2.