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“Caregiver”
Directed by: Chito S. Roño
Starring: Sharon Cuneta, John Estrada, Boots Anson-Roa, Ima Castro, Lotlot De Leon

The big stars kneel as the Mega Star, Ms. Sharon Cuneta, gave another heart felt drama performance in the premier of Star Cinema’s 15th year anniversary treat, CAREGIVER.

The Sharonians together with Filipino celebrities with the likes of Charo Santos, Philip Salvador, Mr. and Mrs., Aga Mulach, Rufa Gutierez, Annabel Rama, Richard Gutierez, Bayani Agbayani, KC Concepcion, Kim Chu, Gerald Anderson witnessed another unforgettable showcase of Sharon Cuneta’s incomparable talent in paying tribute to the unsung Filipino heroes in the guise of caregivers.

The Premier
The premier was held at Cinemas 9 and 10 of SM Megamall on May 27, 2008 7 o’ clock in the evening.

Before the movie started, the excited Sharonians showcased their familiarity to their idol. Questions were thrown to the Sharonians and were efficiently answered. A show down of how much they know of Sharon Cuneta’s movie titles (like “Dear Heart” and “Jack and Jill”) and also famous movie lines (like “Babangon ako’t dudurugin kita” and “I was never your partner, I was just your wife, kaya hindi mo ako nirerespeto”) took place. Leaving the audience and perhaps including the Mega Star, impressed.

And in between all the questioning, the stars of Philippine show business and also ABS-CBN executives rushed in to see this long awaited movie come back of Ms. Sharon Cuneta.

When everyone was settled, the cast of CAREGIVER - Makisig Morales, Mikkie Feriols, Rica Peraleho, John Estrada, and of course Ms. Sharon Cuneta (just to name a few) - appeared and gave the audience necessary acknowledgement and entertainment. The countless attendees in the premier even led our Mega Star in tears. Not knowing how to thank her fans and friends enough for their endless love and support.

And so this signaled the start of a worldwide phenomenon, that is CAREGIVER.

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