Courage, trust and taking a risk, what's love got to do with it? Kikay (Angelica P.) and Kiko (Jason A.) grew up together in the province.
But Kikay leaves his best friend to live and study in Manila.
She tries to fit in the city but she ends up being abused by her new friends.
Kikay returns to the province with a wounded self-esteem.
There she realizes how much Kiko loves her.
But will she ever find the courage to come face to face with her own problems and admit her love for him....
Badong (Anne Curtis) earns for her family as a kutsera.
She figures in an accident involving her horse, an expensive sports car and rich guy Wesley (Luis Manzano).
But romance comes into the picture.
He shows her his true love but she refuses to believe that a rich guy could really fall for her.
Will Badong learn how to trust Wesley and tell him she really wants him in her life?...
Lia (Bea Alonzo) lost her faith in love when her fiance got another girl pregnant.
On the other hand, Eric (John Lloyd) heals himself from the death of his girlfriend.
Eric record his voice in a cassette tape and he intentionally misplaces it as a symbol of moving on.
But Lia gets the tape and is moved by the greatness of the voices love for the girl.
Lia looks for the voice to prove that true love still exists.
Unbeknownst to her, the voice she looks for lives just next door, her annoying neighbor, Eric.
Will Lia ever believe in true love again?...
Three stories of love, courage, trust and taking a risk come in one film to tell us how love touches us in countless ways.
Everything is really All About Love.
Directed by Joyce E. Bernal & Don Cuaresma
John Lloyd Cruz