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Marks the emergence of one of the more original and promising new voices to hit the international cinema scene in recent years.
Thai filmmaking continues its renaissance with this moody, offbeat drama.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
A rare example of a truly independent film, Thai or otherwise, the fascinatingly aesthetic Blissfully Yours.... has a simple narrative and an adoration of nature that lists the film toward the experimental. [10 Sept 2002, p.R4]
Village Voice
A deadpan, self-consciously prehistoric version of Jean Renoir's rueful idyll A Day in the Country, Blissfully Yours is unconscionably happy.
Time Out London
A languid celebration of the pleasures of the moment, which climaxes with an image of startling sexual candour.
A moving evocation of longing unfulfilled.
A rare example of indie filmmaking produced outside the Thai studio system, Blissfully Yours takes the good-humored nonsense of director Apichatpong Weeasethakul's first feature, "Mysterious Object at Noon," several steps further into the realm of non-communicative minimalism.
The Hollywood Reporter
After a while, the extremely limited camera movement and languid pacing take an exacting toll, resulting in a viewing experience that is considerably less than idyllic.

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