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If you already watched the Filipino film of Cathy Garcia-Molina which is Hello Love, Goodbye, you’ll understand what I will tackle about.
Well, the film was set in Hong Kong (HK).
As the film introduces the story to the audience, the more I became excited.
“Every minute counts.”
In the most difficult situation of job seeking, HK is not highly recommended especially to anyone who is weak or can’t stand being away from his/her family.
The film depicts the saddest and heartbreaking job of being a DH (Domestic Helper).
For someone who is not a resident there, they could only get one job .
“Once a DH, always be a DH!”
That means, you cannot freely choose what your heart’s desire.
And if you ever get caught of having a different job, you’ll be penalized.
I am honestly writing a reaction blog post about this film.
Not only that it won the hearts of OFWs, but it also opens the eye of the audience about the real struggle of people who are OFWs (Overseas Filipino Workers).
OFWs are restricted in many forms and it felt like they are considered to be the outcast.
That is why, if you are lucky enough to have a good life, please take good care of it ’cause not everyone has been blessed by it.
How about you? What are your thoughts about this film?
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