Yassi Pressman Speaks on “Soulmate”
YASSI PRESSMAN – The Kapamilya actress revealed her description of a “soulmate” and her sacrifices for love.
One of the upcoming movies is the film “More than Blue” starring Kapamilya actress Yassi Pressman and actor JC Santos. It is the Philippine adaptation of a Korean movie that revolves around the story of Cream and K who are orphans who share a home and the man battled with a terminal cancer.
Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, in a virtual media conference, Yassi was asked about her idea of a soulmate. As for the actress, a soulmate is someone she can be fully open with and there won’t be anything that she needs to hide from that person.
Yassi Pressman further stressed she sees a soulmate as someone who really knows her. According to her, it does not matter if you only spent a little time with that person as long as you felt that you have given your all to that person.
Yassi stressed that a soulmate is someone you can laugh with, talk to, eat with, and someone you can be with in both happiness and sadness. With regards to love, the actress admitted that she also has her own share of giving so much but she does not regret it.
Based on the article, the actress has also experienced losing time for her family and for other opportunities for the sake of love. She revealed that she has also done so many things for love and she recognized that everyone wants their relationships to get somewhere thus each of us is thinking long-term.
Meanwhile, despite that the relationship has to end, Yassi has no regrets. She stressed that the compromises and the sacrifices bring someone to a point wherein it changes the mindset of a person or it brings a lesson thus they are still “worth it”.
Viva Films has already released the trailer of “More than Blue”. Directed by Nuel Naval, the movie will be streamed on Vivamax starting November 19.
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