I wanted to tell the story that explored the complexities and contradictions in memory and create an image of memory that is beautiful but painful, calming yet crashing. I wanted to dedicate this film to my grandfather who struggled with the disease for almost 20 years, and tell his story but with a queer twist, to be true to myself. By the time I was born, he already could not speak. So I only knew him through stories, through pictures, through letters, through fragmented memories. And it is fragmented memory I explore in Write Here.