A film by Lei Yuan Bin
"White Days is one of the rare films in Singapore cinema that invites the viewer to rethink the aesthetics of cinema." - Dr Gilbert Yeoh
White Days involves three characters who are dealing with their own personal crises. The film begins with a young man, whose trip out of the country is abruptly canceled when the friend whom he was supposed to go with dies. He reconnects with his friends back home, including a friend who has just returned from a pilgrimage to Israel, and a translator who has always wanted to move out of Singapore.
Through a series of mordantly funny conversations, these young people gradually realize that what faces them is not the futility of life, but rather the transience and impermanence of it.