A film about a working Filipino woman working as travel guide in Sapporo, Japan who was driven to blindness due to extreme stress and heartache. While living alone, she found comfort in the company of a fellow Filipino whom served as her eyes during her times of temporary blindness.
Did You Know?
This is the third movie which is produced by also known Filipino
actor Piolo Pascual after his first dibs in movie-producing for Eugene Domingo's hit movie series "Kimi Dora". This is his second movie however, that is shot outside the Philippines - the first one was Kimi Dora and the Temple of Kiyeme which was shot in South Korea. Kita-kita (I See You) was entirely shot in Japan. See more
There's a scene where Tonyo is having a selfie with a can of beer. When he viewed the pictures, the phone is oriented in portrait but when the shot changes the phone becomes landscape. See more
Remade as Love is Blind