Pristin | Actor
Elaine (Katya Santos) is a night-shift toll booth operator a young woman with unfulfilled dreams and limited hopes. Her husband Orly (Raymond Bagatsing) is an equally disillusioned man angry at the world that to him seems cruel and unfair. Their misery starts when Elaine feels that Orly is failing to satisfy her urge for life and love. Thus Elaine seeks the companionship of Miguel (Carlo Maceda) who somehow completes her sexual interest. The battle for pleasure love and life becomes complicated as the story unfolds.
Grace and Ronnie are a newly wed couple who inherit a condominium unit from Ronnie's deceased father. As they move into the unit, they are faced with a series of mishaps and misfortunes.
Many years after high school, five girls or the "It Girls" of their batch, reunited for the wedding of the least attractive among them. Everyone is excited although the other four are finding it hard to believe that she is going to be the first to get married. They secretly joke that the bride-to-be may just be faking it all up, especially when they can't see any proof of the groom. As if their skepticism is not enough, their past issues against one another are also reopened. At a time when friendship and love are supposed to be celebrated, will doubt and rivalry get the better of them?
George and Bin are orphans with dreams of making it big in the music scene. But when they leave the orphanage to try their luck, they end up as helpers in a junk shop. One day, George witnesses an accident involving an engaged couple, Wendy and Austin. He immediately rushes Wendy to the hospital, but the incident has cost her her eyesight. George decides to help Wendy through the ordeal, and soon develops feeling for her. He and Bin hatch numerous crazy schemes to make Wendy fall for George, while Bin himself has started to develop his own relationship with another girl, Jo. Suddenly Bin and George receive an invitation from a recording company for a concert. It's the break they've been waiting for. But is this the start of something big, or the end of their romantic bliss?