A drama short film produced in Singapore titled “Gift”, a touching and moving 7 minutes short film that tells the fraught relationship between a poor man and his neglected and resentful young son. When the boy grows up and learns about what his father did after his father passed away, was about showing kindness and generosity to the less fortunate. This short film drama Gift touched international audience too with Huffington Post writing a feature about it!
I think it’s a good time to remind ourselves and reflect on the things and sacrifices that parents do for their children. Let us all appreciate and give thanks to our parents for what they done for us. This short drama film also taught us to share and give in whatever way we can, as an individual and society to the less fortunate, it’s to Pay-It-Forward!
With a quote from the short drama film Gift –
‘Being rich is not about how much you have but how much you can give’