Dressed in an emerald green long gown and straight from a party she hosted for the high society of Poblacion Ardiente, Ivy Aguas (Maja Salvador) wept by a secret grave allegedly housing her mother’s cadaver. The scorned woman’s emotions ran high. Ivy drove to the plaza and, with each threatening step, walked towards the stone statue of Don Julio Ardiente (Tirso Cruz III).
Vivid memories of her tragic childhood paid her a visit. She could still hear everything as if it was just yesterday – from Don Julio declaring dominion over the entire town beside the statue symbolizing his power until her mother’s cry for help. Unable to hold back her wrath, Ivy took a sledgehammer and strained to smash the sculpture, bent on avenging her parents. Jepoy (Vin Abrenica) came running to still save her from trouble, scared that someone might catch them. True enough, a beggar witnessed the scene.
Ivy sat with the Ardientes on the dining table the next morning. Her face was coated with innocence as news about the incident at the plaza reached the family. Julio fumed with anger upon seeing his image that was once standing like a lord, now fallen.
Things are getting more exciting on Wildflower as last night’s episode marked the beginning of Ivy’s thrilling clash against the Ardientes. Before the ‘Gabi ng Pagwasak’ happened, the cast and crew took their assignments seriously to pull off such intense episode. Photos taken on the set shows Maja studying the script by heart and internalizing the depth of her character’s emotions. Of course, all details must be weaved perfectly such as wardrobe and blockings. To make work a little lighter, the actors shared random moments of fun conversation, smiles, and laughter in between takes. RK Bagatsing, playing as Arnaldo, was even caught showing his wacky face!
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