an article by Noel D. Ferrer, Topshot, Manila Standard, 24 January 1999, Section B Faces, p. 18
The Gen-Xers will have a great time watching the new music video of Cris Villonco which is based on the common dilemma of teenagers: having a crush and not knowing how to tell that person. "Hindi Ko Masabi," Cris' second single from BMG Records talks of that ever-so-complicated teen situation.
Cris Villonco, Dingdong Dantes, and soon to be featured in Topshot discovery Marco Lobregat play three teenagers in such a teen crush swapping predicament. Shot in popular teen spots like Giftgate, Sega Synergy, and Fashion Cafe, the music video is a mix of media textures and finishes which are used to create a unique imagery. The directors, Mark Reyes, and Dominic Zapanta, wanted to basically tell the song's story in a non-linear fashion. They, therefore, used abstract vignettes to represent the many moods of Cris and mixed this with the dramatized series of events that lead to Cris' accidental discovery of Marco's special feelings for her. Catch this interesting music video on your TV screens and fall in love once again.