2020 | 1h56m
The Salazar family is back... in the past! In 2003, while CJ (Clarence Delgado) is in Singapore for a science seminar, his sisters Teddie (Charlie Dizon), Bobbie (Alexa Ilacad), Alex (Gillian Vicencio), and Gabbie (Belle Mariano) discover that their father, Caloy (Dominic Ochoa), might be cheating on their mother, Grace (Carmina Villarroel). To find out the truth and save their parents' marriage, they hire a private investigator and plan to make a surprise wedding anniversary party, which both cost money they do not have. In trying to find money, Teddie offers tutoring services and reconnects with Jeremy (Jameson Blake), the guy she ghosted in high school. Gabbie enlists the help of her best friend JP (Jeremiah Lisbo), who may or may not be romantically interested in her. Meanwhile, Alex continues working on music videos for free to get closer to her rocker crush, Chad (Joao Constancia). Bobbie contemplates on accepting a prestigious student exchange program in New York, which their family definitely cannot afford. As the sisters try to keep their parents together and shield their brother from the painful truth, they find their bonds being tried and tested, exposing their secret fears and insecurities that may damage their sisterhood beyond repair. This prequel is set 10 years before the events of the well-loved 2013 flick, ""Four Sisters and a Wedding,"" and just like its predecessor, this movie is a celebration of what truly matters: love, life, and family.