By: Vicki Little
There are two points in our lives when we are especially vulnerable to needing others — when we are very young and when we are very old. These times are also seasons during which our lives tend to be less scheduled and hectic, with more free time and a lot of love to give. Our elderly community in particular still has so much to give when offered the chance. Often retired and with grown children, the elderly can find there’s not enough activity or conversation to fill their days. But what would happen if we mixed children with the elderly and let them give their time and smiles to one other?
Present Perfect is a short film that seeks to answer this very question. Filmed in a preschool that is housed in a retirement home, the trailer is a moving example of how much the young and the old can offer each other — and how happy they are to do so.
Vicki Little is a work-at-home mom with two young kids. A Colorado native, she is the Publisher and Editor of Macaroni Kid Aurora and Downtown Denver. When she isn’t writing or trying to keep up with her kids she can be found volunteering, reading, or enjoying a bottle of wine with friends.
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