As if filming his very first love scene wasn’t troublesome sufficient, Albie Casiño—who described himself as a “conservative guy”—needed to endure the excruciating ache of placing on and taking off plaster tapes from his privates.
“It’s my first time to do a love scene, and it had to be intense,” the actor stated in a latest digital convention for the horny drama film “Moonlight Butterfly,” which he topbills with beginner actress Christine Bermas. “The hardest part of shooting the film was doing my love scene with Christine. I’m a conservative guy, so I have a hard time with those things.”
“It was my first time to wear plaster. That was the toughest part for me—taking it off was painful!” he added, laughing. “Christine knows this. I was tearing up! I wasn’t prepared.”
Thankfully, Albie stated, their director, Joel Lamangan, guided them while filming such sequences. “There’s really no such thing as an easy scene. You have to give your 100 percent in everything you do. But work became easy in a sense that we were working with people like Direk Joel.”
Asked if he has ever been turned on by his scenes, the 28-year-old actor stated that it’s one thing that may occur. What’s vital is that he retains issues skilled and channels no matter he’s feeling into the character.
“As artists, I think the passion in those scenes is needed; it’s part of it. We put ourselves in the characters and the situation. So I just use it for the scene,” he identified.
In “Moonlight Butterfly,” now streaming on Viva Entertainment’s digital content material platform Vivamax, Albie performs Roy, a deadbeat man in a relationship with the attractive Eunice (Christine), who works as a “GRO” in Angeles, Pampanga, to offer for his or her household’s wants.
Things get shaky between the 2, nevertheless, when Eunice meets a wealthy American shopper, who calls for that she stops seeing different males in change for financial assist. Asked if he would ever conform to such a setup for “practical reasons,” Albie stated he can’t. “If a girl offers to buy me drinks or a meal, sure, go ahead! But if it’s to a point na kabuhayan showcase na, no!” he stated, laughing.
If there’s one factor he has realized from the story, it’s that persons are typically compelled to do issues they don’t need for the sake of their family members. “Roy is in an unconventional relationship; his girlfriend is an escort. It was unimaginable for me at first. But then, you realize the reason she’s doing it is for her family,” he stated. “We should always be open-minded and not easily pass judgment on workers.”
Albie takes excellent care of his physique and isn’t shy to indicate off the outcomes of his onerous work. But there was a time, he admitted, when he did have insecurities. “For a while, I did feel insecure. But after I did an underwear fashion show for a popular clothing brand, after walking down the runway wearing only briefs in front of so many people, my insecurities went away,” he stated.
While he’s flattered that there are followers who admire him for his seems to be, Albie stated he additionally makes it a degree to take tasks that may showcase his performing talents. “Being an actor isn’t just about how you act, but also how you present yourself and treat other people. Like it or not, we’re on television and we’re seen as public figures. So it’s only right to work hard and look our best,” he stated.
“I’m thankful to the people who appreciate my physical appearance, but I also do projects where it’s about acting … where I don’t have to show some skin,” he added.
Finding work amid the pandemic was troublesome. But after his latest stint within the actuality present “Pinoy Big Brother (PBB): Kumunity Season 10,” affords began pouring in as soon as extra. He hopes to seize the alternatives coming his manner.
“The past few years have been difficult. But thankfully, after I got out of the PBB house, it’s like, ‘This is a second chance,’” he stated. “So I’m trying to level up my work ethic. I have been working out every day, doing appearances in ‘It’s Showtime’ and all sorts of stuff on the side. These things I wouldn’t have done in my younger years. But now I want to strike while the iron is hot.” INQ
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