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“I realized how difficult their work really is. Acting is a different kind of art. I’ve made a lot of music videos where I would either just goof around or be serious. Here, I needed to access negative emotions to show anger and cry in an important confrontation scene. It was hard for me,” Abra, or Raymond Abracosa in real life, told reporters at a recent media luncheon held at Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) in Pasay City. “Respeto,” which Monteras cowrote with Njel de Mesa, is an official entry in the 2017 Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival, which runs from Aug. 4 to 13 at CCP and in selected Ayala Malls. “I got lucky that we were done with the scene in just one take. My character Hendrix is the careless, conceited and street-smart type. To make him break down, or even shed a tear, he has to be truly depressed. I took the execution of that scene seriously and experimented with my own emotions.

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