Synthetic Me

Synthetic Me

An inanimate stuffed toy belonging to a teenage medical student desires a longevity in their companionship, that it may last for eternity. It is acutely conscious that as time passes, its torso has become wizened from wear and tear, and the color of its eyes faded, while the teenager has blossomed into a young adult, almost a doctor. As it is exposed to the new science of synthetic DNA in its partners curriculum, it starts to crave the building blocks required to rejuvenate its form, with a dream, desire, a plea, ” will someone please make a brand new me ! ” .

Directed by Susan Lim, Christina Teenz Tan and Samudra Kajal Saikia (Singapore)

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