Real-life father and daughter Gabby and KC Concepcion team up for the first time in I'll Be There, a touching film by Maryo J. Delos Reyes about forgiveness and reconciliation. Scarred from her father leaving fifteen years ago, the New York-based Maximina dela Cerna (KC Concepcion) meets her father Poch (Gabby Concepcion) in the Philippines to claim her inheritance left by her mom, in order to make her dreams in New York come true. But Poch, hoping to reconnect with his daughter, asks her to live with him in Sta. Elena for thirty days before giving her what she needs. Though unable to stand her father, Maxi is left with no choice but to agree. It is in Sta. Elena tha Maxi meets Tommy (Jericho Rosales), the fun-loving single father who gives Maxi his frank but insightful opinions about Maxi's angst towards her father. Through this, Maxi learns to open herself to seeing Poch in a new light, allowing for them to close off their past wounds and start again. But as they slowly learn to become father and daughter to each other again, will Maxi be able to give up her aspirations to live with her father? Will Poch be able to let go of the daughter he waited for so long to be with? After leaving, and being left behind, does one ever stop knowing how to love?