Director: Nerissa Picadizo
Cast: Jake Cuenca, Anna Luna
One random day, Matt decides to bike all the way to Mt. Pinatubo. At some point along the way, Sandy shows up in full gears and joins Matt. The moment she appears and in many instances along the way, the two argue on a lot of things, some petty. From the almost incessant bickering we learn some things about the two characters. Fine. But, the build up is quite slow for a film with a relatively short running time for a feature film. Fine. Then something I totally don't expect happens. Interesting. But, it's downhill from there. Maddening. It looks like like the writer and director don't know what to do next. The ending is a mess. Some random episodes of local drama anthology on local television are much better than Requited.
Jake Cuenca as an ailing architect is believable only in scenes he's biking through some difficult trails. Partly, I'm blaming the what appears like underdeveloped character. I'm not convinced that Anna Luna is a volleyball superstar, although she's good in most dramatic scenes. The only good thing about the movie is the cinematography.
Date seen: August 5, 2017