An emotive anthology by seven of Singapore's most illustrious filmmakers, celebrating the country’s 50th year of independence through the lives and stories of Singaporeans. Each ‘letter’ is intricately interwoven with memories, experiences, joys and woes. They are honest, sincere, unembellised. Yet through them all, the theme of home threads through.
●“Cinema” directed by Eric Khoo
Eric Khoo pays tribute to the Golden Age of Malay cinema in Singapore.
●“That Girl” directed by Jack Neo
A heartwarming story about first loves set in a kampung.
●“The Flame”directed by K.Rajagopal
A very personal story about Rajagopal’s parents’ life-changing decision to stay in Singapore following the British’s withdrawal from the newly independent country.
●“Bunga Sayang” directed by Royston Tan
A profusion of nostalgia and a mini-musical extravaganza draped around a boy (Ray Tan Liang Yu) and his upstairs kueh-making makcik neighbour (J. Rosmini).
●“Pineapple Town” directed by Tan Pin Pin
Ning (Lydia Look) is adamant on meeting the birth mother of her adopted daughter, a search that takes her to a small town in Malaysia.
●“Parting” directed by Boo Junfeng
A film that delves into themes of history, memory and aging. Ismail (J.A. Halim) travels back to Singapore by train from Malaysia in search of lost love.
●“Grandma Positioning System (GPS)” directed by Kelvin Tong
A heartwarming story on historical consciousness, family traditions and shared memories, it depicts the story of a young boy who travels with his family to Johor each year during Qing Ming to pay respects to his late grandfather.