A 70-year old woman living unhappily with her son's family is magically restored to her beauty of 50 years earlier. Complications ensue.
|杨子姗 (Zishan Yang)||饰||Meng Lijun|
|归亚蕾 (Ah-Lei Gua)||饰||Shen Mengjun (as Grace Guei)|
|陈柏霖 (Bo-lin Chen)||饰||Tan Ziming|
|鹿晗 (Han Lu)||饰||Xiang Qianjin|
|王德顺 (Deshun Wang)||饰||Li Dahai|
|出品公司||Beijing Century Media International|
|Tianjin Century Media|
|Pegasus Ubiquitous Culture Media|
|Beijing Century Media Culture|
|Zhejiang Huace Film & TV|
|Media Asia Films|
|首映票房（美国）||$92,827, 18 January 2015|
- When the grandmother played by 70-year-old Ya-Lei Kuei sits down at the bus stop after turning down her son's request to join him in the car, the backlit display she sits in front of prominently features a blown-up image in triptych of Korean actress, Shim Eunkyung, as an ostensible product advertisement. In the bottom right-hand corner of the advert, however, is written in Korean Hangeul, "Soosang-han Geunyeo," which is the Korean title of the original 2014 Korean movie this movie is a remake of.
- Based on the 2014 Korean film, "Miss Granny," (Susan-han Geunnyeo) starring Shim Enkyung (b.1989) in the lead role. Other versions include the 2016 Japanese remake, "Sing My Life," (Ayashii Kanojo).
- Korean version is the original.