Mark Herras and Jennylyn Mercado star as Stephen and Kristine, two strangers whose romantic destinies were entwined with a message in a bottle thrown into the sea by a sad little girl 10 years ago. Stephen’s the type of guy who, whenever he’s near a girl he likes, stutters uncontrollably. Kristine, on the other hand, is a spunky girl – currently unemployed – who’s never had a problem expressing herself and saying what’s on her mind. Stephen’s family owns and runs a small business.
Stephen’s dad Gabriel (Joel Torre) has never recovered from the depression he felt when his wife died, and communicates with his son using post-it notes. Kristine is from a broken home, and eager to prove to her separated parents Mabel (Jean Garcia) and Roman (Tonton Gutierrez) that she’s responsible and smart enough to land a good job. What happens when Stephen and Kristine meet and clash is a funny but ultimately sigh-inducing adventure in youthful romance. ‘Say that You Love Me’ is one life-affirming story you’ll want to experince again and again.
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