A Future tells the story of social inequality through the perspective of a worried, yet hopeful mother.
According to reports by MoneySENSE, an estimated 26% of Singaporeans are living by the skin of their teeth and are economically vulnerable. There are external and internal stressors – like psychological exhaustion from territorial stigmatisation, which inhibits, and makes it harder for them to break out of the poverty trap.
Despite these inhibitors, the younger generation is capable of breaking out of this vicious cycle. By educating the youths desirable financial habits through financial literacy games, they can influence the family nucleus, and give them the chance to succeed once again.
Footage is a mixture of self-shot content and stock footage.