Last night, I watched the movie Three of Us. It's a Hindi film that was released in November last year.
(By the way, I don't understand why a Hindi film should have an English title. There is nothing in the movie to justify it, either. There are many such Hindi and Malayalam films. Possibly, it is because of the demands of today's English-dominated Internet.)
Anyway, that was a digression.
The film is about Shailaja Patankar (acted by Shefali Shah), a middle-aged woman from Mumbai who has been diagnosed with an early stage of dementia.
As her memory fades slowly, one day, it occurs to her that she should visit the small town of Vengurla, some 100 km from Goa, where she did her schooling. She left the place 28 years ago.
The film is about all that she finds as she travels back in time.
The film is about nostalgia. It's much more than just memories or thoughts. It's about actual reality.
It's also about the idea of time. "Later" is something that we take for granted, little realising that there might not be a "later time".
The movie is on Netflix and has English subtitles. It is a short film - 1 hour 39 mins. I hope it's available worldwide.