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Erwan Heussaff: ‘Marriage does not need to change people’



Erwan Heussaff was quick to clap back at netizens for leaving negative comments on his wife Anne Curtis’ Instagram post that shows a daring poster with her leading man Marco Gumabao for their upcoming film “Just a Stranger”.

Erwan Heussaff and Anne Curties (Photo from Anne Curtis' Instagram)

Erwan Heussaff and Anne Curties (Photo from Anne Curtis’ Instagram)

“Hilarious comments. Last I checked, I’m the husband and I know how I feel. (Which is completely fine by the way, thanks for asking),” commented Heusaff in one of the posts of Curtis, who has been releasing photos from her film on Instagram.

Curtis was targeted by negative comments by critics, calling her role “disrespectful” to Heussaff.

Heussaff, on the other hand, disagreed and said no one needs to disrespect or dictate what a person should or should not do.

He continued by revealing that he has the “utmost admiration” for what Curtis does as an actress.

“I don’t feel awkward or uncomfortable when watching these movies,” the 32-year old restaurateur said.

Heussaff also shared that he gave Curtis inputs on how he thinks the story of the film could be developed or portrayed when he reads her scripts.

“Let’s stop talking about marriage like it needs to change people,” the travel vlogger added.

He also said that successful marriages are those “where both parties kept their identity intact and grew as a couple.”

Heussaff also touched the issue of sexism, saying if a married guy actor does love scenes, no one would make a big deal out of it.

Directed by Jason Paul Laxamana, “Just a Stanger” portrays two romantically-committed strangers who met in Portugal and started having an affair with each other.

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