Just like when she thought she has lived her life to the fullest by raising his son to become a well-known educator, granny Oh Mal Soon faced a sad reality that all her efforts to become a loving mother and grandmother will be eventually overlooked with her strained relationship to her daughter-in-law who got sick due to mom-in-law-stress-related-issue.
The doctor advised a time away from granny and she inadvertently heard the family meeting between her son and his children. Sad about the impending decision for her to be brought to a retirement home, she ended up at a mysterious photo studio which magically transformed her back to when she was 20 years old.
She took advantage of the fountain of youth given to her to rediscover herself and do the things she has been longing to do but wasn’t able to because life didn’t give it to her the first time.
Quirky and fun this is a movie that will ask you what you might have done differently in your life if you were given a chance to do all those things that you refused to try. It is a movie reminding you to seize life to the fullest when you are younger or grow old and looked back to the opportunities you missed. Although filled with funny moments, this movie gave me a nostalgic feel of wanting to just relive some of the best memories in my 20’s and yes I feel like I’m already 50 when I’m just 30-ish. Easy to follow and light to digest, Miss Granny is best watched with family and friends.
P.S photos derived from hancinema