The International Posters For Kathryn Bernardo + Alden Richards' Film 'Hello, Love, Goodbye' Will Make You Kilig

What a way to reach out to OFWs.
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In April, we got a glimpse of Kathryn Bernardo and Alden Richards shooting their film Hello, Love, Goodbye in Hong Kong. At the time, director Cathy Garcia-Molina revealed only that the movie is about young Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs).

On July 1, Star Cinema released the official trailer for Hello, Love, Goodbye, giving us more details on the story: Joy (Kathryn), a domestic helper, and Ethan (Alden), a bartender, meet in Hong Kong and fall in love. From the looks of it, Joy plans to leave the city to find a better life (and supposedly a higher-paying job to send more money to her family). But leaving Hong Kong would compromise her relationship with Ethan.

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Since the setting and the themes of the movie are relatable to OFWs—and as if a tribute to them—Hello, Love, Goodbye will also be screened internationally. Yesterday, Star Cinema shared the posters for various places where the film will be released, and they look absolutely romantic.

Middle East

Screening on August 8.

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Israel

Screening on August 9.

Hong Kong

Screening on August 18.

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Singapore

Screening on August 25.

Indonesia

Coming soon in cinemas.

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Malaysia

Screening on August 16.

Cambodia

Screening on August 25.

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Vietnam

Coming soon in cinemas.

Thailand

Coming soon in cinemas.

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Myanmar

Coming soon in cinemas.

Japan

Coming soon in cinemas.

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Saipan

Screening on August 2.

Guam

Screening on August 2.

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Canada

Screening on August 9.

United Kingdom

Screening on August 10 and August 11.

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Ireland

Screening on August 11.

Finland

Screening on August 10.

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Norway

Screening on August 4.

Denmark

Screening on August 4.

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Greece

Screening on September 9.

Italy

Screening on August 11.

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Spain

Screening on September 1.

France

Screening on August 11.

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Austria

Screening on August 11.

Malta

Screening on August 11.

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Papua New Guinea

Screening on August 2.

New Zealand

Screening on August 8.

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Australia

Screening on August 8.

And FYI, here’s the poster for the Philippines.

In theaters on July 31.

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