This film aims to highlight the relationship between the youth and the older generation that many take for granted. The protagonist represents the youth who still have plenty of time to live their lives. The Grandmother however represents the silver generation – the backbone of our society. Amidst our daily routines which can become mundane and almost second-nature, we do not give the elderly a second thought. Many have no harmful intentions in acting in such a negligent way. Here we take a look at the other end of the age spectrum, the lives of our silver generation. To put it simply, their love and care for us is often not truly appreciated. We lack gratitude; when do we take a step back and think of the inevitable? We do not want to talk about it, neither do we dare imagine the outcomes when time takes its toll.

Ryan Siu Kar Yung and Jay Teo (20-O5)