Sid & Aya: Not a Love Story - WikipediaThe film strictly follows the formula and plays more like a fairy tale where its would-be lovers, who are written to be destined to be with each other despite all odds, would end their erstwhile heart-related woes with sticky looks that culminate in an even stickier kiss. The film commits to its escapist intentions and inevitably ends being just one of the many feel-good love stories that come and go every few weeks. Curtis now plays Aya, a waitress who, not unlike her character in Babe, I Love You , is quick to find creative means to augment her meager income. One time, she wagers some money on her educated guess that the profession of one particular customer is a businessman. Sid, the customer who is the subject of her bet and is played by Dingdong Dantes, turns out to be somewhat of a businessman since he is actually a stock broker. He wins for Aya a bit of cash and a chance to earn more when he offers to pay for her company for a few hours.
Sid & Aya: Not A Love Story Teaser (2018) - Anne Curtis, Dingdong Dantes
'Sid and Aya (Not a Love Story)' review: Love and consequence
Sid Dingdong Dantes is a successful stockbroker who always wants to win. He's hot, rich, and has everything going for him. There's just one problem: he can't sleep. Aya Anne Curtis is a woman working multiple jobs to support her sick father and put her siblings through school. She meets Sid at the coffee shop where she works and where he hangs out when his insomnia strikes. She chats him up, and he is entertained by her.
Begging to disagree, Dingdong. She knew that tagging along with a stranger during the night for cash was a dangerous thing to do, but she did it anyway. She juggles these jobs so that her mom who is in Japan can finally come home. It enables us to have more control over our life. We all want a safe home, health security, the best education, and admit it or not, sometimes a little more than the basics. He worked his way up the ladder. He can afford anything he sets his eyes on, even purchasing two engagement rings without batting an eye.