Starring Aga Muhlach, Kristine Hermosa The essence of life lives in the heart... Sam and Louie meet aboard the Star Cruise. Despite being strangers and complete opposites, with Sam (Muhlach) being carefree and Louie (Hermosa) being obsessive-compulsive, they become unlikely acquaintances and eventually friends. Both pained on carrying life's baggage before they took the cruise, Sam and Louise will never be the same persons again after. For once in Louie's rigid life, she is living the moment and Sam let his free spirit enjoy the ride. But once back to their usual lives, fear sets in. Louie is still healing from a traumatic love relationship, while Sam is still in denial that he fell in love. Fate brings them back together and this time, as if nothing can hold back what their hearts yearn for. Together, they will tread the path of uncertainty and in the end prove to themselves that indeed, the true essence of living is loving. Format - DVD --- ENGLISH SUBTITLES
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A Little history: The Filipinos or the Filipino people are the native inhabitants and citizens of the Republic of the Philippines located in Southeast Asia. The term Filipino (feminine: Filipina) may also refer to people of Philippine descent.
Throughout the colonial era, the term "Filipino" originally referred to Spaniards born in the Philippines, also known as insulares, criollos or español filipino. This distinguished them from Spaniards born in Europe who were known as peninsulares. By the late 19th century, the term Filipino began to widely refer to the indigenous population of the Philippines. According to historian Ambeth Ocampo, José Rizal was the first to do this.
Today, Filipino is also used to signify the nationality and citizenship of one who is from the Philippines. This means that not only indigenous Filipinos are included but also other foreign ethnic groups such as the Chinese.
Colloquially, Filipinos may refer to themselves as Pinoy (feminine: Pinay), which is formed by taking the last four letters of Pilipino and adding the diminutive suffix -y. The word was coined by expatriate Filipino Americans during the 1920s and was later adopted by Filipinos in the Philippines.