super-8 & 16mm colour & b/w 12 minutes. Singapore/Chicago 2001
"... Yi-Wei Loo offers fleeting but eerily vivid impressions of her childhood in Singapore, emphasizing the abstract patterns created by the sights and sounds." - Jonathan Rosenbaum, Chicago Reader Film Critic.
The filmmaker expresses a pivotal point in her life in a way that she remembers it. An experimental essay film in the language of images and sound. The film is separated in four movements; each movement is a balanced unity and together they complement each other both visually and emotionally.