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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Mar 20, 2016

Director Jerry Sineneng Says At Final Presscon Of 'You're My Home' He Prays Producers & Worker Will Reach Working Hours Agreement Good For All

AT THE FAREWELL PRESSCON of “You’re My Home”, we ask Director Jerry Sineneng how’s his health now after he had a heart problem some years ago which, fortunately, was treated right away. “I’m okay now,” he says. “I still undergo regular check up and I gave up my smoking, which was my only vice.”

How does he feel about the talks for more judicious workings hours on the set during taping to prevent what happened to two of his late colleagues recently?

“I’m all for it. Sinusuportahan ko yun ng buong puso and I’m praying na sana, we’ll all reach a common ground na beneficial to all the parties involved: the producers, the directors, the stars, everyone involved. Kailangang magkaroon tayo ng mas makataong working hours.”

He’s happy that “You’re My Home” will end on a high note, with people continuing to talk about its well written storyline even on social media. “It’s a blessing to do this project kasi puro mababait ang mga artista ko. I promise na when the show ends on Friday, talagang malaking pasabog ito at mas pag-uusapan ng lahat ang surprising twists sa story.”