Vic Sotto, Bimby Aquino and Ryza Mae Dizon on 'My Little Bossings'

You'll know Christmas is coming here in the Philippines when you hear Christmas carols playing on the radios as early as September. When there are Christmas lanterns being sold along the bustling streets of the city and all you see on the TV are the trailers of the movies vying for the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF).

And this year, OctoArts Films, M-Zet Films, APT Entertainment and Kris Aquino Productions tie up to bring a movie that they consider the "time has come." Featuring two of the countries most sough-after child stars, the precocious Ryzza Mae Dizon and the decorous James “Bimby” Aquino Yap. Both charming and intelligent, but one street smart and the other “socially elite,” is what “My Little Bossings” will share to Filipino families this Holiday Season.

In a Blog Conference, which was held in Anabel's a few days ago, Ryzza Mae Dizon together with the Bossing Vic Sotto and movie writer Bibeth Orteza, bloggers experienced the natural wit that the child wonder has - convincing us why we should see this movie this season.

"My Little Bossings" presents Vic Sotto, who plays the role Torky Villanueva who works as a bookeeper for the millionaire cash management specialist Baba Atienza (Kris Aquino). Because of some conflict in her business, Baba entrusts her son Justin (Bimby) to Torky’s care for fear of her life. In the meantime, Torky’s niece Ice (Aiza Seguerra) who lives in the same house with him, is involved in an advocacy for street children where street kid Ching (Ryzza Mae) becomes her special ward. Ice brings Ching home when the orphanage closed down. The fun begins when all these people start living in one roof while they each tackle his respective personal dilemma.

“Nakakatuwa talaga yung dalawang bata. They complement each other so well. You can see that when you watch the movie. Nagtuturuan, nagtatawanan, sabay napapagod, sabay nagugutom. Masaya lang kami sa set. Para lang kaming laging naglalaro,” said Vic Sotto.

Vic also added that the rapport between the kids started to nothing to something magical where each taping day ends with so happiness, not only to the cast but also to the rest of the production team. Ryza, given her natural wit and intelligence match with Bimby's classy acts and good memorization, "My Little Bossings"  is more than mere curious case, it’s a casting dynamo bound to shakeup the MMFF and steal thunder from anything that crosses its path.

“My Little Bossings” is a family film packed with lessons wrapped in humor, wit and laughter---exactly what we need in times like these. Also playing a vital role in the movie to make it worth-while are Jaclyn Jose, Jose Manalo, Paolo Ballesteros, Barbie Forteza, Neil Coleta, and Neil Sese from the direction of Marlon Rivera.

My Little Bossings” starts showing on Christmas Day as an entry to the 2013 MMFF.

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