Rosie Wong, a blind woman, shares a retrospective account about the three lives which shaped her life. Taking inspiration from ‘The Giving Tree’, her life is significantly changed by a kind stranger, Pak Cik Tubi Moh Salleh, who helped her get to work everyday for 5 years. Pak Cik Tubi continued this good deed for the next few years, tirelessly helping Madam Rosie. For his kindness, Tubi won The Straits Times Courtesy Search in 1990.
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K. Rajagopal won the Singapore International Film Festival’s Special Jury Prize for 3 consecutive years. “I Can’t Sleep Tonight” (1995), “The Glare” (1996) and “Absence” (1997) were featured in international festivals. His short film “Timeless” (2010), won Best Cinematography and Best Editing at the Singapore Short Film Awards 2011. He wrote and directed television films like “Maddy”, “Two Mothers in a HDB Playground” for Channel 5. “A Yellow Bird” (2016) was his first feature film, premiering at the Cannes Film Festival.