DAY ONE

 
 
 
 

This film humorously attempts to capture the reality of those first few classes in law school where students answer ‘that’ question — why study law? Such a question often produces an array of responses ranging from passion for reading and writing to self-empowerment to the chance to do something interesting.

Though valid reasons, often times these motivations are unrealistic and over romanticized. This film satirises these fantasies and contrasts them to the more meaningful motivation for studying law — helping people and effecting positive change in others.

This film was the Winner of the 2016 CWL Short Film Competition — Oxford University Press.

Starring: Bridget Webster and Edward Wong

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