"When I told him that I was gonna have Serafina's role, he told me, 'Really babe, you can really do it?'
"Kasi nga kilala niya ako, but then he was really excited for me coz we're going to be featured in high-fashion magazines for the movie, so na-excite naman din siya para sa akin."
One of Lovi's major scenes in the movie is her "seduction scene" with Aljur Abrenica.
"Sa movies ko lang siya puwede gawin [seduction]. I kept thinking that it was for the movie at ikagaganda ng movie," she said.
Solenn was very candid as she talked about her kissing scene with Mikael Daez.
"Fun naman, I like to kiss him. Wala akong problema diyan."
Did they also shoot a love scene for the movie?
"Parang sobrang rough [ang scene]," said Solenn.
Is she used to doing rough scenes like that?
"Oo, siyempre, French ako," she answered directly, eliciting laughter among the press.
The Fil-French actress revealed that she and Mikael were both curious about the same thing for their first kissing scene.
"Ako ang first kissing scene [partner] ni Mikael and he asked me, 'May tongue or walang tongue?'
"Kahit ako, nung first kissing scene ko with Chard [Richard Gutierrez], I asked kung may tongue or walang tongue. And he said sa mga Filipino movies, wala raw."
Throughout the shooting period in the sand dunes, Rufa Mae had to carry around a makeup case as she trailed behind Lovi. Rufa Mae reprises the maid role originally played by Deborah Sun in the movie.
The colors chosen for the four lead characters were specifically chosen to represent the four elements: Marian's red gown represents fire, Heart's white gown represents air, Lovi's brown gown represents earth, and Solenn's blue gown represents water.