J.P. Carson (Maja Salvador) expresses his feelings for 7 years now with his classmate and best friend Dio (Paulo Avelino) in a scene about Habac’s Iâm Drunk, I Love You. The words are clear and concise. Despite his alcoholism, his delayed declaration was emotional and disarmed. It was pretty good.
Dio, drunken and confused, made every human being caught suddenly in the midst of a dear friend’s revelation. Carson’s face starts on a lecture, gives kisses that he thinks he deserves. But Carson is wise and sensible. He feels that Dio’s actions are not motivated by the emotion he wants. They were not made in love. Worries were being made.