MMFF 2011|Eugene Domingo for “My House Husband Ikaw Na”

It was an afternoon of laugh trip with one of the best actresses in the country, she’s funny, adorable, humble and down to earth. We see her in almost all local networks and working with different producers – a freedom she enjoys and values. I’m talking about no other than the versatile Ms. Eugene Domingo!

Eugene Domingo
I admit I’m a fan! Watching her removes all the stress. Looking at her genuine smile on television and prints just made me smile back. I remember the saying “Today, give a stranger one of your smiles.  It might be the only sunshine he sees all day”, her smile and punch line always change the mood of whoever watches her.

At home, I stop whatever I’m doing even blogging every time her TV show Comedy Bar or one of her past films showed on TV.

Last November 30, I met my favorite actress/comedian, Eugene Domingo in an afternoon of laugh trip held at the Kenny Rogers Katipunan.

After the movie Babae Sa Septic Tank, a Cinemalaya 2011 Best Film and which is by the way an entry for the Best Foreign Language Film Category of Oscar Awards, comes another film that everyone will surely enjoy, My House Husband: Ikaw Na! a MMFF 2011 (Metro Manila Film Festival) entry.

This movie stars Eugene Domingo, Judy Ann Santos and Ryan Agoncillo. Eugene plays Aida, a mistress, a kept woman of a rich man who would occasionally visit her and her son to spend the night. She’s a neighbor of ROD (Ryan Agoncillo) and MIA ALVAREZ (Judy Ann Santos).

Rod worked as a manager of a bank while Mia opted to remain a housewife taking care of their children with an occasional sideline of selling insurance. Mia gave up her promising career in sales because Rod wanted to be the padre de familia until he found himself out of the job when a large bank merged with Rod’s employer. Eventually, he could not find job, he had to agree to take care of the kids. Trapped at home, Rod befriends their next neighbor named AIDA. As Rod and Aida’s friendship intensifies, Mia felt all the more suspicious about their neighbor’s intentions.

Eugene said her acting in this film is in between AS IS WHERE IS and ELEVATOR ACTING, she added that we should watch out the scene where she got slapped on the face by Mia (Judy Ann).

A film directed by Joey Reyes and produced by OctoArts Films, My House Husband is one of the Film Fest’s entries to watch out. Talking to Eugene was enjoyable; you’ll laugh on her effortless jokes and punch line. She’s cool and fun to be with!


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