How can you make love last the test of time? Is there truly such a thing as forever?
Rebisco’s upcoming family-oriented movie explores these timeless and enduring questions in a simple yet poignant story of a family’s journey to discover the true meaning of commitment, even as people, priorities and feelings change.
Aptly dubbed Three Words to Forever, the movie is the snack giant’s third sponsored cinema offering which aims to inspire and strengthen Filipino families by promoting values of understanding, respect, unity and love, among others. Their first film, in partnership with Star Cinema, was the 2013 comedy-drama blockbuster hit Four Sisters and A Wedding, which coincided with Rebisco’s 50th anniversary celebration. It featured an ensemble cast including Angel Locsin, Bea Alonzo, Toni Gonzaga, Shaina Magdayao and Enchong Dee.
In 2017, the snack maker co-produced the heartwarming family drama, Seven Sundays, which starred Ronaldo Valdez, Aga Muhlach, Dingdong Dantes, Cristine Reyes and Enrique Gil.
Three Words to Forever will mark the homegrown snack manufacturer’s third collaboration with Star Cinema, and will cap its year-long 55th anniversary celebration. The highly anticipated movie, under the direction of Cathy Garcia-Molina, stars Sharon Cuenta, Richard Gomez, and Kathryn Bernardo.
Rediscovering family and relationships
“Filipinos have close-knit families. It is one of our strengths as a people,” Rebisco President Jonathan C. Ng said. “But even families need time and effort if they are to remain strong and stable. And that’s what this movie is about. It’s about the realities—the proverbial ups and downs—of families and relationships.”
Ng noted that, as a well-loved legacy brand enjoyed by generations of Filipino families, this movie reinforces the company’s vision to bring families and loved ones together through the shared love for food. “Sometimes, all it takes to rekindle the love is a simple gesture, like snacking together while talking or reminiscing the good times,” he added. “Family and food are two things that are near and dear to our hearts. We hope that this movie inspires people to rethink and reaffirm their relationships, especially as the holiday season approaches.”