McLisse starts the year with their big screen debut as a love team–“Sakaling Maging Tayo”–from Quantum Films and ABS-CBN Films’ Black Sheep.
Supporting Elisse Joson and McCoy De Leon in their titular roles are Chai Fonacier, Paulo Angeles, and Milo Elmido Jr.
Here’s the synopsis of the movie:
Two college freshmen, Pol (McCoy de Leon) and Laya (Elisse Joson), accidentally meet during their last day of school in Baguio City. Laya is about to move back to Manila to escape from her failed romance, while Pol is about to spend a care-free night in a music festival. After witnessing Laya’s breakdown because of her recent heartbreak, Pol gets an idea to make her last night in Baguio fun and memorable. Pol also takes this chance to spend an entire night with the girl he has always admired from afar.
To add to the excitement and spontaneity, the two play a game of dares—ranging from eating exotic food, to getting a random tattoo, to confessing deep, dark secrets. Little did they know that the dares would eventually force them to confronting their issues and leads them to a start of a possible romance.
Directed by JP Habac, “Sakaling Maging Tayo” is set to open in cinemas nationwide on January 16, 2019.