Gerald Anderson took 8 hours to shoot his 'On The Job' love scene

During the second bloggers conference held for the Reality Films-made and Star Cinema-distributed movie On The Job, Director Erik Matti talked about Gerald Anderson's 8-hour love scene shoot with newcomer Dawn Jimenez.

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"Akala kasi nila na regular love scene lang, yung amoy-amoy lang sa dilim. Hindi. Nagulat siya."

Anderson considered doing the love scene more difficult than doing the action sequences. The young actor also considered his intimate scene with Dawn the most challenging he did so far. 

"Masakit sa labi! Hindi ko naman akalain na ganun palang klaseng love scene. It was different. It was artistic and beautiful naman. I tried to make her comfortable. I did my best to make the scene very realistic. Second day pa lang sa shoot, yun agad ginawa namin. Nakakailang. Nakakagulat." 


In the movie, Anderson portrays an inmate named Daniel who will turn into a hitman or a professional killer. 

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Piolo Pascual, for his part also had his share of intimate scenes in the movie which Matti shares is even longer than that of Anderson's. "Two days ata yun", Matti remarked.  

"On The Job" was one of the three Filipino movies showcased in Cannes this year but was it got the most positive reviews.

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On The Job is the fifth anniversary offering of Star Cinema after Four Sisters and a Wedding, Tuhog, Bakit Di Ka Crush Ng Crush Mo? and Ekstra. With rights of the movie purchased for international wide release in USA, Canada and Japan, this action masterpiece is set for nationwide release on August 28, 2013.

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