“There was a time when I’d be curious why I was being referred to in school as anak sa labas (illegitimate child),” said Eric, “I’d find out why it was so but even if that is a socially unacceptable union then, I also know that without that live-in relationship between my mother and my father, I would not be ushered into this world.” Pagdating ng Panahon explored such a relationship with Aiko Melendez playing the other half of a coming together without the benefit of marriage.This role she considered was one of her rites of passage to reel and real-life adulthood.
Ina) and Jiro Manio, Best Child Actor for Bagong Buwan.MANILA, Philippines - Veteran actor Armando Goyena passed away Wednesday afternoon (March 9). What do I remember about my last personal encounter with the Mr. He came from a generation where marriage was the only choice. In a roomful of actors and movie scribes, Armando Goyena cut a dignified figure amidst the spirited debate on the pros and cons of live-in relationships.outside of my marriage.” In his movie, Pagdating ng Panahon, produced by Gribaldi International, Goyena played the patriarch who saw nothing good for his son (played by Eric Quizon) being involved in a live-in arrangement.“The role was every inch the real Armando Goyena because I come from a generation that holds a marital relationship sacred,” said the actor.