“Alone/Together” is the film that brought the love team Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil into a whole new light. Director Antoinette Jadaone’s LizQuen film is a raw, unfiltered take on what adulthood really means. And who doesn’t want to watch that story unfold?
Thanks to Netflix, we can relive their poignant coming-of-age story again and again and again.
On Nov. 5, “Alone/Together” will be ready for its streaming debut. It’s not your average Filipino romance plot. It follows the story of college sweethearts Christine and Raf meeting for the first time after eight years of being apart. This film is less about love and more about the growing pains as we leave adolescence behind.
LizQuen stan or not, “Alone/Together” offers something for anyone who watches it. It’s about relationships, growing apart and dreams. Many of us are going through a lot right now. Who knows? Maybe we’d find solace in this film, too.
Set your reminder for this film here.
“Alone/Together” director Antoinette Jadaone is looking for her next muse
Liza Soberano and the curse of adulthood in “Alone/Together”
The ‘Alone/Together’ trailer is full of what ifs and tears
Still from “Alone/Together”