Watch ‘The Violin’ local animation original spanning an era of Singapore’s past

Remembering more than just 50 years

Despite a fictionalised story, The Violin is an impressive 16-minute animation film produced by creative studio Robot Playground Media in remembering Singapore’s progress over the past 80 years as well as celebrating #SG50.

A story set in the late 30s, The Violin tells a tale of how a foreign trader’s journey to Singapore inspired a young boy to play the violin, only to lose it during the Japanese occupation in World War II. The abandoned violin finally found its way to a young daughter of a man working for the British Military Administration…

A surprise ending awaits so we won’t spoil you any further. If you have read this far, we ask you to click on the play button and enjoy this short yet nostalgic, heartwarming and meaningful animation film.

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