Torn in between attending his mother’s funeral or his convocation ceremony that fall on the same day, Eden the valedictorian of his graduating cohort decides to make the best out of this conflicting day.

Last Line

Eden attends his graduation ceremony and gives his valedictory speech. As he reaches the last line, he struggles to continue and rushes off to attend his mother's funeral, only to realise that he is too late and the funeral service is over. His aunt hands him the last momentum of his mother; her picture frame. He cries his heart out. At the end, Eden finally finds the words to complete his speech.