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Anne Curtis Returns To Playing One Of Her 'Core Roles' – The Other Woman
Tuesday 5 March 2019
From the Philippines edition of Cosmopolitan:
Anne Curtis Returns To Playing One Of Her 'Core Roles'--The Other Woman
The cast is superb, too. We can't wait!
We finally got more deets about the upcoming movie of Anne Curtis, “Just A Stranger,” by Director Jason Paul Laxamana. Anne is set to play one of her more challenging roles yet—that of a girl suffering from a deblitating disease. She’ll be playing opposite Marco Gumabao and Edu Manzano.
Mae, the character of Anne in the film, is plagued with Fibromyalgia or Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS), a long-term condition that causes pain all over the body. Aside from widespread pain, people with fibromyalgia may also suffer from extreme tiredness (fatigue) and muscle stiffness.
While it sounds like a pretty demanding character to portray, Anne finds comfort in her return to romance-drama. Plus, with that same character, she says it’s also a return to “one of [her] core roles”—that of the other woman. In an interview with Mario Dumwal for ABS CBN News during the press conference for the movie, Anne expresses how excited she is: “A script like that falls unto your lap; you don’t want to let it go.”
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