Till There Was You (2003 film)

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Till There Was You
Till There Was You (2003 film) poster.jpg
Title poster
Directed by Bb. Joyce Bernal
Screenplay by
  • Dindo Perez
  • Mel Del Rosario
Story byNed Trespeces
Produced by
CinematographyCharlie Peralta
Edited byMarya Ignacio
Music by Raul Mitra
Release date
  • April 30, 2003 (2003-04-30)(Philippines)
Running time
109 minutes
Country Philippines
Language Filipino
Box office₱107.45 million

Till There Was You is a 2003 Filipino romantic drama film directed by Joyce E. Bernal and starring Judy Ann Santos and Piolo Pascual.



Joanna (Santos) meets single father Albert (Pascual) and his baby Pippa on a bus. When she gets off the bus, Joanna accidentally leaves her photograph behind with her book. Over the years, Pippa comes to believe that this picture is of her mother's. Years later, Pippa meets Joanna again, and Albert hires her to act as Pippa's mother. Eventually, Albert and Joanna become romantically involved. [1]



Judy Ann Santos and Piolo Pascual were in Sa Puso Ko Iingatan Ka , which ended on February 14, 2003.

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  1. "Till There Was You". divisoria.net. Retrieved July 1, 2008.