For me, that was the most difficult moment in my life where I couldn't tell anymore what was happening, whether it was true because my w...
For me, that was the most difficult moment in my life where I couldn't tell anymore what was happening, whether it was true because my wife died, and when she's alive and telling me, I couldn't tell anymore," said Piolo Pascual.
Of course, Piolo is talking about his character, Daniel Villareal, whose unavoidable confrontation with Jacob del Rosario (Paulo Avelino), will determine whether the "Flower of Evil" inside Daniel will fully bloom or his wife Iris (Lovi Poe) will be able to return him to his senses.
The forest chase scene of the two were made the more difficult, according to Piolo, because of the many camera angles. There are drone shots, wide shots, medium shots, etc. They had to do the scenes over and over again.
"The character is challenging. I know it's not the first time you've seen me play someone mentally deranged," said Paulo regarding accepting the role.
Lovi admitted that compared to original, her relationship with Daniel Villareal in this Philippine adaptation is more sensual.
Edu Manzano, who plays the father of Jacob, said that he will tell his character to get psychiatric help if he has the chance to talk to him.
Also present during the finale mediacon held at ABSCBN's Dolphy Theater last June 4 was JC de Vera, who played a fellow policeman of Iris.
The two-part killer finale of Flower of Evil Philippines aired last October 6 (Thursday) and October 7 (Friday) on Viu, iWanTFC, and IPTV (Canada).
You can catch it later October 8 and tomorrow October 9 9pm on Kapamilya Channel, A2Z, and Jeepney TV.