Playing the role of an island girl who grows fond of a newcomer with superb cooking skills, Ayanna Misola understood how a woman could actually fall for another woman.
She also admitted that when she was younger, she was against that kind of a relationship.
“Pero ngayon ay nalaman ko ‘yung reasons nila. Nalaman ko ‘yung point of view noong character kasi parang nahulog siya. May reason, eh,” Misola said during the online conference for the Vivamax movie “Putahe” last April 26.
(But now I already know their reasons [for falling for each other]. I learned the point of view of the character because it was as if she fell. There are reasons why.)
In the movie, Misola’s Jenny character admired Janelle Tee’s Euka character for her cooking skills. Jenny follows her around until she finally catches Euka’s attention.
With that, Misola was asked about what’s her ultimate sexual fantasy, and without blinking, she said she wanted it to be underwater, but it comes with a challenge.
“Ang problema, hindi ako marunong lumangoy. Kailangan ko muna siyang aralin bago ko magawa ang fantasy na iyon,” she joked. (Problem is, I don’t know how to swim. I need to learn first before I can realize that fantasy.)
“Putahe,” which also stars Hershey de Leon, Massimo Scofield, Nathan Cajucom and Chad Solano, is directed by Roman Perez, Jr. It starts streaming on May 13. JB