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Lovi and Zanjjoe lose and find each other in ‘Malaya’

Lovi Poe and Zanjoe Marudo grapple with the choice to abandon or realize a once-in-a-lifetime love in the movie Malaya, another dreamy romance from Glorious director Concepcion Macatuno, now streaming on iWant and TFC.tv.

Lovi and Zanjjoe lose and find each other in ‘Malaya’
A scene from the dreamy romance shot on location in Italy.
The iWant original movie features the first on-screen pairing of the actors and was shot entirely in the scenic Italy, which is home to hundreds of thousands of overseas Filipinos. 

The digital movie follows two wandering souls who chase their dreams in a foreign country, putting the relatable real-life experiences of overseas Filipinos at the forefront.

New to the country and still adjusting to its customs, sweet Malaya (Lovi) is determined to make a life of her own and help her mother who has been working there for years. Through her first job, she meets the hardworking enigma Iago (Zanjoe), and the two form an unexpected yet undeniable connection. However, because of their mismatched priorities and ambitions, they choose to walk away from each other .

Years later, they meet again. Malaya finally thinks it is their time to be together, until Iago announces that he is engaged to be married.

Will they be able to completely let each other go? How long should one wait for the right time and the right person?

Lovi and Zanjjoe lose and find each other in ‘Malaya’
‘Malaya’ stars Lovi Poe and Zanjoe Marudo and directed by Connie Macatuno who did the hit iWant movie, ‘Glorious.’ 
Produced by Dreamscape Entertainment and Sisu, Malaya premiered in the Philippines on iWant and overseas on TFC.tv simultaneously on Thursday, May 28.

Topics: Lovi Poe , Zanjoe Marudo , Malaya , Concepcion Macatuno , iWant
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