I.T.A.L.Y. stands for "I Trust and Love You," a romantic comedy movie, released in 2008. It is directed by Mark Reyes and produced by GMA Films. The movie features a stellar cast, including Jolina Magdangal, Rufa Mae Quinto, and Dennis Trillo. The story revolves around three best friends: Kathy (Jolina), a successful travel agent, Margaret (Rufa Mae), a struggling actress, and Yolly (Melissa Mendez), a housewife. All three friends have one thing in common- they are unlucky in love. Kathy has been in love with her best friend Brent (Dennis Trillo) for years, but he remains oblivious to her feelings. Margaret struggles to find love while auditioning for roles, and Yolly's husband is often unfaithful. One day, Kathy comes across an inspiring love story in Italy during her travel agency's convention in Europe. The story is about two people, Antonio (Dante Basco) and Julia (Rhian Ramos), who fell in love in Italy. They both promised to meet after a year at the Trevi Fountain in Rome if they still loved each other. However, Julia did not show up that day, which left Antonio heartbroken. Kathy gets inspired by the story and comes up with a plan to find Julia and reunite her with Antonio, who never gave up on finding her. Brent, who worked in Rome for some time, agrees to help Kathy locate Julia, and Margaret comes along for work purposes. The trio travels across Italy, visiting various landmarks, looking for Julia. Along the way, Margaret meets Aldo (Mark Herras), a young painter who falls in love with her, but she remains too focused on work to notice. They face many challenges and meet interesting people, including an Italian lady who helps them with the search. The movie beautifully captures the essence of Italy, showcasing its scenic beauty and culture. The visuals are stunning and are sure to make viewers yearn for a trip to Italy. The musical score of the movie is also noteworthy, featuring romantic ballads and upbeat numbers that blend well with the storyline. As the trio searches for Julia, they also face their own personal challenges, which lead to some heartwarming moments. Kathy tries to confront her feelings for Brent and decides to take a chance on love. Margaret realizes that her work is not as important as finding love and happiness. Yolly finds solace in her friends and learns to stand up for herself. As the movie progresses, the characters' individual journeys merge into a beautiful and heartwarming climax, where we finally get to see all the couples find their happy endings. Overall, I.T.A.L.Y. is a heartwarming movie that captures the essence of love, friendship, and Italy. The film is a perfect watch for romantic comedy enthusiasts, travel enthusiasts, and anyone who wants to enjoy a light-hearted movie with an engaging storyline.