Moviegoers were treated to a sneak peek of Rufa Mae Quinto'supcoming romantic comedy titled Status: Single. The hilarious trailerwas shown right before the screening of her other Metro Manila Film Festivalentry Desperadas 2. In this upcoming comedy flick, P-Chi (Rufa Mae'snickname) plays a conservative woman who dresses provocatively and is activelylooking for her lifelong partner.
According to Rufa Mae, "Status: Single is about a woman with anever-ending quest to find true love. Virgin ang role ko dun at naka-date akong iba't ibang klase ng lalaki. May mga friends ako, sina Mylene Dizon, Desireedel Valle, at Angelu de Leon, at lahat sila may asawa na except me. Parangnagmamadali akong maghanap ng partner. Na-experience kong makipag-date sa iba'tibang guys at siyempre, comedy siya."
In real life, is the sexy comedienne feeling the pressure of settling down witha guy? "Hindi, e. Thirties is the new twenties, di ba? Sa Sex and the City nga,si Samantha Jones, 40 years old na pero na-indyan pa!
"Saka tapos na ako sa stage na ganun, yung gustong mag-asawa. I just want to besingle and enjoy life!"
Has she set a marrying age for herself? "Wala kasi hindi pinipilit ang isangbagay. God's will yan, e. Saka kahit anong pilit ko sa sarili ko na mag-lastang mga relationships, pero kung hindi para sa iyo, hindi talaga para sa iyo.Iyon ang natutunan ko kaya steady lang ako, relax..."
How about having kids in the future? "Siyempre, I want to be a mom someday perosa hirap ng buhay ngayon, siguro dapat it's not the right time. Sa akin langyun ha..."
Status: Single is the pre-Valentine offering of Viva Films and . It alsostars Paolo Contis as the best friend of Rufa Mae's character whom he describesas a "Maria Clara na nasa katawan ng pornstar." She meets a lot of eligiblebachelors portrayed by Alfred Vargas and Mark Bautista but the closest that she canget to meeting Mr. Right is a geeky guy played by Jon Avila. Will the singlelady finally settle down with her Mr. Right or will she need to search again?Find out when Status: Single is shown in cinemas nationwide starting January 28, 2009.
Trailer courtesy of Viva Films