Yap loves doing controversial films

Director Darryl Yap is expected to court controversy anew with his new movie 69+1 starring Maui Taylor, Rose Van Ginkel, and Janno Gibbs which starts streaming online this September. 

69+1 is about lesbian couple Ivy (Maui Taylor) and Patricia (Rose Van Ginkel) who are on their way to their 7th anniversary.

To manage the so-called 7-year-itch, they agreed to allow a man into their relationship for a throuple—three for a couple, just for a year, thinking they just missed the physical aspects of a man. Then they meet Apol (Janno Gibbs), a photographer who although checks the qualifications that they want for a man, he is someone whom they thought they could not be in love or attached with. Together, they will discover if a polyamorous relationship will actually work for them or not.

With “Paglaki Ko Gusto Kong Maging Pornstar,” “Ang Babaeng Walang Pakiramdam,” and “Revirginized” just to name a few, Darryl Yap’s list of trending and hit movies is getting longer and longer, and 69+1 will be yet another addition to that list. 

Just like in his other movies, Darryl Yap once again touches a controversial and still a taboo topic in the country: throuple or polyamorous relationships. And 69+1 might pave the way to enlighten people about this kind of relationship. 

Another thing to look forward to in this movie is Maui Taylor and Rose Van Ginkel’s steamy sexy love scenes as a lesbian couple, then add Janno Gibbs to the mix, and you get the best movie and on-screen spice. So get ready for an awesome threesome when you watch 69+1 on September 3, streaming on VIVAMAX.

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