Reviewed by jeteli
on 28/06/2016 16:43

Evocative and contemplative! The title, aptly represents 36 well composed shots that serves as a stark commentary of then and now perspectives. It's somewhat a tug of war of the digitally imperfect present society as opposed to yesteryears' analog-like perspective, not perfect but there's a high probability of being preserved.  And just like what the technician told Sai, "but you still have your memories",  when she was evidently distressed with the corrupted hard drive, indeed the memories can play and replay everything in our minds, but a physical evidence in the form of photographs is a big thing, an assurance perhaps. Do check out this film folks!