I’m Drunk, I Love You was the anti-Valentine’s Day movie of 2017 thanks to director JP Habac and his vision for Dio played by Paulo Avelino and Carson played by Maja Salvador.
Love is a risky business, a rather hurtful one when the love you have isn’t reciprocated, more likely if you’re a close friend, and especially if you’re the bestfriend.
When you’re the bestfriend and all your bestfriend sees in you is a friend, that’s all there is. You can’t do anything about it. You’re helplessly in love with no one waiting for you on the other end. That’s exactly how Carson felt when she confessed her feelings for Dio in the movie.
In honor of Habac’s birthday, he posted the heartbreaking pivotal moment for Dio and Carson, the talk wherein Carson understood that Dio will never have the same feelings she has for him.
Maraming salamat sa lahat ng bumati. Bilang ganti, balikan ulit natin ang moment na nagpatunay na hindi talaga mahal ni Dio si Carson.
— JP Habac (@jphabac) May 17, 2017