“Marino” is quite a film. The emotions are heartfelt and as tempestuous as the sea. “I’m pleased to have worked with Ara,” Allen said. She is very good in this movie. Its story is told from our view-point. We are a couple separated by the sea, who have to sacrifice and fell the loneliness of separation. Had I not become an actor, I would have been a seaman myself. I once dreamt of boarding the ship, inspired by a successful neighbor-seaman I know in Pampanga.”
“Marino” is based on true-to-life experiences of sailors and the family they leave behind. “There is so much sacrifice involved,” Allen said. “Imagine leaving your loved ones behind while you are away for so many months or even years.”
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