A documentary by filmmaker Kalyanee Mam. Following 3 Cambodian families struggling to maintain their traditional way of life as the modern world closes in around them.
"There's a river called the Tonle Sap River. It changes course twice a year, and the reason for that is because of the flow from the Mekong River. I chose this for the title of the film because of the changing lives of the people in Cambodia — because of modernization and the development that's taking place in the country." (from an interview with NPR)