We met with a Sun Life agent in a restaurant–filled up a few forms and signed a couple of checks. Our Sun Life advisor was very thorough, she explained all the little details for us in lay man’s terms. She even advised us on how to go about a plan that is flexible, especially since Patrick and I are both freelancers. I’ll admit I was a bit hesitant at first because I felt trapped by the idea of having forced savings! But after understanding all the long term benefits, now I feel great knowing that our money has been set aside (and growing!) for our future and that we both have an insurance policy that will take care of us in the years to come.
Sun Life Financial rolls out the red carpet for SUN SHORTS, a collection of digital films that shines the light on the value of love, family, friendship, foresight and a positive outlook in life.
SUN SHORTS is Sun Life Philippines’ installment of a regional short film project called Experience the Sun, which is a collaboration between Sun Life Financial and film makers in Hong Kong, Indonesia and the Philippines. The project brings to life the power and beauty of the Sun through the eyes of top directors across the region. SUN SHORTS is an extension of this venture, made specifically for the Philippine audience. SUN SHORTS features five Filipino filmmakers sharing their interpretations of how life is brighter under the Sun.
Up and coming filmmaker Nic Reyes follows the travails of a young man whose penchant for “quick fixes” led him into tight-hole situation and finds enlightenment and redemption from a surprising character in the action-packed “The Debt.” Multifarious artist Jerrold Tarog (Senior Year, Nino, Shake Rattle and Roll, Aswang) lets his “Sun Dance” pump up the beat of friendship that empowers three young women to tackle life’s ebbs and flows with grace and elegance. These shorts show how much friends bring the brightness of sun into our lives.