Synopsis: En is a Singaporean student that will soon be enlisted in the army. While his mother is away, he has to stay with his grandparents. Thus, he starts learning new things about his missing father.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Junfeng Boo
Production: Zhao Wei Films
  1 win & 4 nominations.
91 min


Remember the play we wrote together?

About the man who spent his life

searching for that kingdom under the sea?

That Utopia he was so sure

he could bring his people to?

Do you still think that world exists?

If he were to give up the search now

would it mean that he had lived for nothing?

To light up this beautiful city

And share it with the world

Guided only by this river of life

Together we will live our dreams.

My home

is where I keep my joy and sorrow

With hope, our dreams will soar.

My home, has given me

a pair of wings.

No matter where I am

I will always have my home.

En, are you ready?

Yeah, wait. I'm changing.




Why did you lock the door?


I said wait! I am changing!

Why did you lock the door?

I was changing.

But you were alone at home!

I'm just used to locking it.

Are you bringing all of this?

No, we can leave those in the store room.

Don't forget to take the curtains down.

Use them to cover the furniture in the living room.

It's going to get dusty

when they start the drilling.

And the lamp too, thanks.

Next to the mirror please.

Are you ready to go?


For the next two weeks

don't give Grandpa too much trouble.

Grandma's condition is worsening.

This cat came all the way from Malaysia!

You've come a long way, haven't you?

Anything else in the car?

No, this is all.

That must be heavy

let me help you with that.

It's fine, don't worry about it.

Pa, I found this in Ers room.

Don't know who it's from.

You can work on it with Ma.

The puzzle of the kittens is short of one piece.

Pass me the box

I can have it exchanged.

Who is this artist?

Who's this Van Gogh?

Do you see it?


Oh, here it is.

Where should I plug this?

Dial-up is really slow.

It's just for two weeks.

Watch your attitude.

It was you who didn't want to come with us to



These telephones should still be working.

He can use them.

He doesn't need a telephone.

The cable is for his computer

En, do you need a telephone?

No need, Grandpa.

How strange.

Using a phone cable for a computer.

This house will be very messy during the


How much does it cost?

About $3000.

It's mainly for Ers bedroom.

Furniture and paint job.

And the kitchen cabinets too.

En, come and have dinner.

Shouldrt he be in the army yet?

He's enlisting later this year.

He's grown so much.

Is he the rooster or the rat?

He's the rooster.

Leng's boy was born in the Year of the Rat.

So he's the one born premature?

Yes, by C-section.

He must be 18 this year.

Grandpa's asking how old you are.

Oh, it's time to get your driver's license.

Did you get the number for the driving school?

I didn't pass by Eunos.

Is Grandma sleeping?

I think she is.


Can you take me to Malaysia this Sunday?

Didrt I say I'll take you when I'm back?

But the Tomb Sweeping Festival ends on


I went last week

but I don't mind going again.

It's okay, Pa.

I'll take him when I return from my trip.

Go tell Grandma it's dinnertime.

Go on!

I really don't mind taking him there.

I'll bring him there when I come back.

This is the physiotherapy room.

This is where we hold our daily morning exercise.

Sometimes we have volunteers from associations

or schools who would come and perform.

Let me show you our other room.

This is our other physiotherapy room.

The ward on the other side is for male residents.

There's another male ward on the fourth floor.

The female wards are on the third and fifth floors.

Do you have mixed wards?

For married couples

we usually recommend private rooms.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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