WATCH: This Jason Magbanua Video Is All About a Groom Who Isn't What He Seems
It's all about the little things.
(SPOT.ph) You already know how the usual wedding video goes. You've got the prep and makeup, an aerial shot or two of the venue, and the much-awaited walk down the aisle of the blushing bride in her dreamy gown while the couple's exchange of vows plays in the background. But of course, you also know that if it's helmed by videographer Jason Magbanua, you're in for more than just the usual. You see the intricate details and the intimate moments between the couple that goes beyond their wedding day. And that's exactly what you'll see in this video that he shot for SM Supermalls.
Magbanua posted the video, entitled "Little Things," on his Facebook page, saying, "In all the weddings I've shot, the groom always shows up. So this is a BIG "what if" situation—what if he doesn't?" In the video, you'll see a bride crying in her wedding dress, which isn't really unusual—but they're not tears of joy. She's panicking because her groom-to-be isn't picking up the phone. She then opens up that things haven't been the same between them lately. But you'll also see that there are always two sides to any story.
If any of his wedding films—like the one he made for Anne Curtis and Erwan Heussaff—is any indication, this new one will make you feel fragile, too.