Can two people move on from a failed relationship while living under one roof?
iWant explores the intricacies of a not-so-ordinary breakup in the original light comedy series “Uncoupling,” where Yam Concepcion and Joseph Marco play a couple who decides to become friends after their marriage crumbles – all for the sake of their only son.
Alex (Yam) and Carlo (Joseph) are high school sweethearts turned husband and wife who have fallen out of love and have been struggling, for years, to save their marriage. On the eve of their anniversary, they mutually decide to “uncouple” and live their separate lives while figuring out how to keep their family intact.
All is well until reality sets in. Carlo has seemingly gotten his life back on track with his new girlfriend, while Alex kickstarts her dating life again and continues to deal with the pain caused by the separation.
It does not take too long before their devoted in-laws enter the already complex picture and try to get them back together.
As they go into an uncharted territory, will Alex and Carlo be able to protect their son from grief over their complicated setup? Is it really possible for two parents and former lovers to move on from each other while being together?
Sincere and sprinkled with lighthearted comedy,” Uncoupling” tackles the reality of married couples’ struggles today.
Co–produced by iWant and Big Reveal Entertainment, “Uncoupling” is directed by Dwein Baltazar, who also directed the acclaimed iWant original series “Past, Present, Perfect?,” wrote the blockbuster movie “Exes Baggage,” and won Best Director and Best Screenplay for her movie “Gusto Kita With All My Hypothalamus” – also named Best Picture – at the Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (FAMAS) Awards 2019.
Stream “Uncoupling” for free beginning on Friday (December 20) on the iWant app (iOs and Android) or iwant.ph. For updates, like www.facebook.com/iWant
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