The Mistress, Copyright: Star Cinema

The Mistress

The Mistress, Copyright: Star Cinema

In The Mistress, both Bea and John Lloyd matured as an actor, with Bea’s role is one daring and controversial one. John Lloyd Cruz plays JD Torres, a guy who fell in love with a mysterious woman named Sari Alfonso (played by Bea Alonzo). Sari, is a kept woman of a married man named Rico (Ronaldo Valdez) who is the husband of Regina (Hilda Koronel)
 
The movie is not the typical sweet or romantic plot for a love team rather a mature with a delicate touch.
Just like in No Other Woman, the  movie based on the trailer has good dialogues like
“Hindi lahat ng gusto mo makukuha mo.”
and one exchange of  statement that is so captivating:

JD: Do you love me?
Sari: Oo, pero
JD: Sari
Sari: Hindi ko iiwan si Rico
JD: Bakit hindi mo siya maiwan?
Sari: Umalis ka na
JD: Is it the money?
Sari: Mukha bang pera ang habol ko sa kanya?
JD: Kundi pera ano? Sex?
Sari: Kung oo. Titigilan mo na ba ako?
JD: No! Because I bet you. I’m a damn better lover.
Sari: Tama na!
JD: You enjoy being some old man’s dirty little secret ganoon ba?
Sari: Walang babaeng pinangarap maging kabit.
JD: Then get out.
Sari: Mahal ko siya.

then if you will watch the movie, more confrontations will be a delight for the audience

Here it goes:

“Sari. Finally. Isang linggo ko rin pinag-isipan ang pangalan mo. Gusto mong magkape? Kasi ako, gusto kong magkape kasama ka.”

“Have I told you how much I hate Thursdays?”

“It’s Thursday. It’s the day of the week that hurts me… He is with her every Thursday, every fuckin’ Thursday fuckin’ her.”

“Alam mo kung ano ang kaya kong gawin na hindi kaya ng Mr. Thursday mo. Kaya kitang pakasalan. Sa akin, wala kang kahati.” 

“Sa akin. Marami kang kahati.”

“Tapusin mo na para hindi ka masaktan.”
“I can’t. When I married him, for better or for worse… I love him.”
“He keeps on doing that to you because you keep on forgiving him.”

“I live to disappoint you, father. It’s my greatest joy.”
“I didn’t raise you to turn your back on me when I need you most… You ungrateful, boy.”

“So the next time you call her a whore, I’m going to hurt you so bad so you can’t say those words again. Ever.”

“This my dear is your gift to me. Don’t worry, mas mura pa ‘to kesa balak mong iwan sa kabit mo.”

 

“You’re a mistress.”
“Ha?”
“Mistress. Wardrobe mistress. Yan yung tawag sa mga babaeng master cutter.”

 

“As long as I am alive, you will never be promoted to wife.”

“JD, hindi ako puta.”

“Ang daming dahilan para hindi kita mahalin. Pero may isang dahilan para ‘di ko magawa yun. Mahal kita. Yun lang yun.”

“Yes, I am Mrs. Torres, the wife and the mother of the two men willing to kill each other for this bitch.”

“Layuan mo ang asawa ko. Tagalog na yan para maintindihan mo.”

“Siguro sa kunwari lang natin pwede mahalin ang isa’t isa.” -Sari

send me more when you are done watching the movie.

The Mistress Credits to Star Cinema

Credits to Star Cinema

 

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