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The men in Amy's life

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After several bumps and unpredictable turns in her tumultuous lovelife, Amy Perez finally found bliss with her partner Carlo Castillo, whom she met at DZMM where they work as broadcasters. In her midnight radio show on DZMM, she is a psychologist, an adviser, a friend and a love expert. She gets hundreds of calls from people looking for answers to their love problems. In her TV show Kabuhayang Swak na Swak on ABS-CBN, Amy provides business tips and other informative features useful for those who want to start a livelihood business.

Amy is one of the most competent hosts in showbiz. She has hosted in various shows, acted in both movies and soap operas, always displaying her talent and versatility. An enterprising lady, Amy used to operate an outlet for pandesal sandwiches. She loves to cook and can whip a mean menu in behest. Amy says her life now centers on the three men in her life — Adi, Kyle and Carlo. Read on.    

What was your favorite toy when you were growing up?

Hello Kitty.

If you could be somebody’s guardian angel, who would you safeguard?

My two boys Adi and Kyle.

The last time you felt sexy?

Carlo makes me feel sexy all the time.

The book that you would bring if you were stranded in an island?

The Secret.

If a man has a tag price, how much are you willing to spend?

10 thousand. Hahahahaha!

When was the last time you were on bended knees?

About 12 years ago.

How do you show your love for God?

By being good to others, especially to my family and friends.

Would you rather be president of this country or the richest woman?

President.

The worst question ever asked of you in an interview? 

So far none, thank God.

What would you do if you inherited a billion dollars?

After sharing it with family, I will travel around the world.

If there is a name in your heart right now, who is it?

Carlo.

The best movie of all time?

Up Close and Personal.

Lotion or powder?

Lotion.

Hot or cold? 

Hot.

If you were a perfume, what brand would you be?

Jo Malone.

What makes you happy?

Being with my three boys — Carlo, Adi and Kyle.

If you had a tattoo, what would it be?

My initials.

The man of your fantasy?

George Clooney.

What is the one book that you read over and over again?

The Bible.

What is the one trait that you don’t like in yourself? 

I get affected easily.

The Forgotten War at CCP

Carlo Marco Cruz’s The Forgotten War had its premiere showing yesterday at the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ (CCP) Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino (Little Theater). Presented by the Department of Foreign Affairs, the screening kicked off the 60th anniversary of the bilateral relations between the Philippines and the Republic of Korea.

The Forgotten War recounts the different stories from the four Batallion Combat Teams (BCTs) that visited Korea in the 1950s under the United Nations Command. They were known as the Philippine Expeditionary Forces to Korea (PEFTOK). They were sent to uphold peace in democratic South Korea after being invaded by North Korea. The film recreates important battle scenes and shares the stories of the soldiers finding courage, dedication, strength and love as they faced adversity amidst the tragic backdrop of war. The film stars Baron Geisler, Yul Servo, Kyla Lapus, Lance Raymundo, among others.

“This film is my humble offering to the men who fought in a war that we failed to remember. I pray that they only be remembered after this and is no longer forgotten,” said director Carlo Cruz.

For details, call the CCP Film Division at 832-1125 loc. 1704/05.

ADI AND KYLE

AMY PEREZ

BARON GEISLER

BATALLION COMBAT TEAMS

CARLO

CARLO CASTILLO

CARLO CRUZ

CARLO MARCO CRUZ

CULTURAL CENTER OF THE PHILIPPINES

FORGOTTEN WAR

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