Apichatpong Weerasethakul's first cinematic success was Blissfully Yours (2002), in which he won several awards including his first from Cannes. It is an unusual film and a somewhat uncomfortable experience. The prologue establishes the main characters, Min, an illegal Burmese worker who has a skin problem incurred from hiding in a septic tank to escape from soldiers who is being supported by Roong who does piece work in a factory and employs Om to look after Min. We also meet Om's husband and learn that they have lost a child to drowning and that she wants another. Most of this occurs in the first 45 minutes after which the credits roll. The rest of the film takes place in a languid fashion (almost real time) in the jungle where first Roong and Min drive for a picnic. They chat, eat, swim, and have uncomfortable real oral sex. Later we see Om and her husband an uncomfortably realistic and long sex scene with two middle aged actors where their motorbike is stolen so Om takes off looking for the road? and finds Roong and Min. Here some psychological tensions among the three are shown. At the end of the film there is a coda at the end to explain what has happened to the characters after their restful afternoon in the jungle: Min goes to work in Papa New Guinea and the others return to their lives. It was an interesting experience, but I am not sure how much I truly enjoyed the film.