Shiritori- begin with the end

Shiritori is a Japanese word play, a riddle of words connected to each other with the sound that ends the preceding word. The words illustrate the physical and mental journey of the filmmaker, returning home to make a record of her grandmother. Shiritory meaning to begin with the end is an analogy to life, where linearity in time is often defied in one’s life, through one’s strong affiliation to everything non-present.