Siargao (2017)

Drama, Romance
PG1 hr 44 min
3.6/5 - 28 votes - 7 reviews
Fresh from a breakup caused by her fear of settling down, video blogger LAURA (Erich Gonzales) embarks on a solo trip to Siargao hoping to move on and find a new adventure. Here she meets rock singer DIEGO (Jericho Rosales) who is caught between uncertainties of the future and baggages of the past. This fateful encounter stirs up what local entrepreneur ABI (Jasmine Curtis-Smith) thought were long lost feelings for a long lost love, i.e. Diego. In this unlikely triangle, is there room for second chances? Or should they move on to something(one) new?
Main Cast
Erich Gonzales, Jasmine Curtis-Smith, Jericho Rosales
Released By
TEN17 / Solar Pictures

In Theaters

Metro Manila

Casts (11)

Video Clips / Trailers

02:15 Siargao - Trailer... Shot in scenic Siargao, this film tells of a love story about three people who find themselves in this beautiful island, looking for love, happiness, and belongingness.

Ratings & Reviews   Read all reviews

  •   Sat, 6 Jan 2018 9:57 PM

    The thing i dont like in this movie is jasmine curtis.... i dont like her one bit and i dont like the story either... but i enjoyed watchin erich shes such a good actress even if the story sucks hahahhaa

  •   Thu, 4 Jan 2018 9:38 AM

    Heartwarming Love the Soundtrack
  •   Fri, 29 Dec 2017 10:29 AM

    Love the Female lead Love the Story Love the Soundtrack
  •   Thu, 28 Dec 2017 7:29 AM

    Love the Male lead Kilig Overload Love the Soundtrack
  •   Wed, 27 Dec 2017 9:06 PM

    Love the Story
  •   Tue, 26 Dec 2017 1:41 PM

    This movie made me into a fan of Paul Soriano. It made me want to go to Siargao, made me miss the beach. It made me wanna travel, and maybe even vlog about it. It made me wanna try surfing again. It was just absolutely, unbelievably beautiful. Truthfully, the story dragged a little. Although that seems to be the norm by indie film standards anyway, so it wasn’t that big of an issue. (Not a connoisseur here, so I really wouldn’t know.) The slow-paced story is the only flaw to what would’ve otherwise been a perfect movie. Because really, everything else was amazing, and more than made up for that one flaw. The casting was great. It felt like they chose the right actors for each part. I believed in them that they could be those characters. The soundtrack was awesome. It had me scrambling to get my phone to Soundhound whenever a good track started playing. But the best part about the movie was the cinematography, bar none. The shots were just impossibly breathtaking. It truly almost felt like an international film just from that alone. You can’t help but fall in love with Siargao after watching this movie. I am beyond amazed at Paul Soriano’s talent.

    Love the Visual Effects Superb Cast Love the Soundtrack

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