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What could be that “sensitive” scene of Sarah G. in Miss Granny?

MISS GRANNY – The VIVA Films have released their official statement about a certain “sensitive” scene involving Sarah Geronimo in the film.

Sarah Geronimo‘s recent blockbuster film is “Miss Granny” along with other VIVA artists such as Xian Lim and James Reid.

The film is based on a famous Korean film with the same title directed by Joyce Bernal.

However, a certain issue about a particular scene from the film has surfaced.

In an Instagram post of the VIVA Films, they shared their official statement about the matter.

In the statement is where they have stated that they are aware of Diazepam’s “harmful effects on a person’s physical and mental well-being”.

The scene is accordingly meant to be dispensed in an “entertaining and humorous manner” but have also realized that the “drug’s effects, when not taken as prescribed, is no laughing matter”.

Sarah Geronimo at the #MissGrannyPHVictoryParty

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“Viva Films wishes to remind its viewers that under current laws and regulations, Diazepam must only be dispensed by a licensed pharmacist to a legitimate patient when filling a prescription issued by a PDEA registered S-2 license medical practioner,” the statement as per post have furthered.

Diazepam is not over-the-counter-drug and that they “truly regrets the confusion said scene has caused its viewers”.

“Viva Films stands with PDEA in its strict enforcement of laws and regulations on dangerous drugs. It continues to support the government’s fight against illegal drugs.”

VIVA FILMS’ Official Statement Re: A Scene From “Miss Granny”

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Here are some of the reactions of the netizens about this:

Yun lang…. Sobrang taka ko bakit binigyan si sarah ng ganun kadaming valium without reseta.. Pero nakakatawa yung eksena na yun

I dont think this should be an issue, obviously for humor lang yung scene. Although nagtaka rin ako dun pero gets ko agad na for humor lng and not to be taken seriously. I guess may mga viewers na sensitive lng talaga sa ganyan bagay.

Mostly mga pharmacists ang offended. Ok na rin yang statement ng viva for everyone’s education

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