Boots, Francine note more ‘textured characters’ for women

After being in show biz for almost 50 years, veteran actress Boots Anson Roa has noted that characters these days---particularly those for women---are generally more "textured" than the ones she played early in her career. "My experiences help me interpret my roles better. And my observation is that life was simpler 30, 40, 50 years ago. Now there are more complexities, brought about by different factors, like social media," she said at a press conference for the ongoing GMA 7 soap, "Hanggang sa Dulo ng Buhay Ko." "So, in keeping up with the times, female characters are more textured, more complex," added Boots, who cited her character in the series, Adora, and her relationship...Keep on reading: Boots, Francine note more ‘textured characters’ for women

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