Sharon Dacera, the mother of deceased flight attendant Christine, said on Wednesday (February 17) that three production companies have offered to make a biofilm about her daughter.
However, she said that she did not accept the offers as she wants to focus on the case of Christine for the meantime.
“Three production companies offered to make a biopic about Christine, but I did not say yes because the case of my daughter is still ongoing,” she told the Manila Bulletin in a phone interview.
“For now, we just want to focus on my daughter’s case,” she said.
Meanwhile, she declined to name the three production companies that want to create a biofilm about the life of Christine.
“Baka kasi ma-technical kami kasi ongoing pa ang kaso (We might face technical issues as the case is still undergoing trial).”
On January 1, Christine was found lifeless in a bathtub at the City Garden Grand Hotel in Barangay Poblacion, Makati around 12:30 p.m.
The 23-year-old flight attendant and her friends were reportedly partying in the said hotel.
The Makati City Prosecutor’s Office is set to issue a resolution on the case of Christine after the preliminary investigation concluded on Wednesday (February 17).