Till I Met You

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Till I Met You
Directed by Mark A. Reyes
Screenplay byBenedict Mique
Story byAnnette Gozon
Produced by
  • Vic del Rosario Jr.
  • Annette Gozon
CinematographyMartin Jimenez
Edited byMarya Ignacio
Music by
  • Arnold Buena
  • Allan Feliciano
Distributed by
  • VIVA Films
  • GMA Pictures
Release date
  • October 11, 2006 (2006-10-11)
Country Philippines
Language Filipino
Box office₱100,450,200.00 [1]

Till I Met You is a 2006 Philippine romantic film, starring the romantic pairing of Regine Velasquez and Robin Padilla with a very special part by Eddie Garcia. Also appearing are Mike "Pekto" Nacua, Joonee Gamboa, Luz Valdez, Idda Yaneza, and in another special part, Kuh Ledesma, who originally sung the soundtrack. The cast also includes StarStruck's ultimate survivors Jackie Rice and the late Marky Cielo. The film was directed by Mark A. Reyes and produced by GMA Pictures and Viva Films.


This is the first film co-produced by GMA Films & VIVA Films years after VIVA withdrew from GMA. The joint production between VIVA & GMA is still a major factor after their split-up in 2000 and 2004.


Señor Manuel (Eddie Garcia) is an elderly gentleman who falls in love with the charming Luisa (Regine Velasquez), a confident trickster posing as a rich socialite. In preparation for their upcoming wedding, Señor Manuel takes Luisa back to see his hacienda and introduces his new fiancée to the staff. Among which is Gabriel (Robin Padilla), Manuel's right-hand man, who is not only well respected by the town's people, but is also the one person that Señor Manuel trusts the most. Likewise, Gabriel cares deeply for the old man and is very protective of the haciendero; so much so that during the initial meeting, the fiercely devoted Gabriel immediately becomes suspicious that Luisa is a fake and is only after Señor Manuel's money. In order to expose Luisa as nothing but a gold digger, caught in a tangled web of lies and deceit, all so unexpected... all so unwanted, what twisted fate awaits them?



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