Sarah raised in New York visits Malaysia for the first time and learns why her grandfather, Gen and mother, Sophia have not seen each other since she was born and why they care so much about their cultural traditions.
Elders see the younger generations as eyesores because of their overly 'westernised' (wild/ care free) behaviour and poor moral's. Whilst the youngsters on the other hand, have no time for their elders, who to them seem belong in a museum. Sadly, this is a growing global phenomenon. It is the director's intent to tell this tale in a witty, comical manner and in doing so, hoping that this little slice of life will touch the audiences' heart.
It is a nice video and hope this movie can motivate everyone and it's like an appearance of my childhood in Malaysia. So lovely and sweet memories I ever had. Basically, this movie's main language that the actors/actress use is English then only comes to mandarin. I would really recommend this movie to everyone. I will buy and keep it if there is an original CD. Love this movie endlessly. Pride in being a Malaysian. The part where Sarah's grand father call his grandson 'Salah' is actually quite funny. ('Salah' in Malay means 'wrong'). This movie is promoting the recycle activity. And that's all what I can comment. Hope you guys enjoy it.
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