Director: Anocha Suwichakornpong
Four young people travel to Kanchanaburi to visit a well-known museum, unaware that the museum is closed for renovations. For that reason, they must improvise the use of their time and do so by taking refuge in a forest hut by the river, chatting over a few beers and watching the fireworks. Circumstances make them find in their trip a different meaning to the one that had motivated them to undertake it, but not without surprises.
Anocha Suwichakornpong was born in 1976 in Chonburi, Thailand. She studied film and is a producer, director and screenwriter. Graceland (2006) was the first Thai short film in the Official Selection of the Cannes Film Festival. Mundane History (2009) was her first feature film. With it she won the Tiger Award at the Rotterdam Festival in 2010. By the Time It Gets Dark (2016) received the Cinemart Filmgrant at the same festival. Come Here was presented at the Las Palmas Film Festival. In 2019 she received the Prince Claus Award for Lifetime Achievement.