Based in Bangkok, Sorayos had worked as a sound technician and foley artist before taking his place at the director's seat. His short films have won local acclaim and shown internationally at film festivals including Rotterdam, Venice, Locarno, Fribourg, and Winterthur. In 2015, he received the prestigious Hubert Bals Script Development Fund for his feature debut, Arnold is a Model Student.
Auntie Maam is a foot masseuse who occasionally moonlights as an actress in independent films. One day, she receives news that a movie she starred in was selected for screening at a European film festival. Auntie Maam, who has never owned a passport, consults her nephew on obtaining one during a time of political unrest in Thailand.
Sorayos was invited to present one of his works at the Winterthur Festival. There, he runs into an Afghan director, who relays his story of becoming a political refugee in Switzerland.
From eroticism to national pride, two sound recordists let their imaginations run loose to complete a film project. In turn, they wonder whether their contributions will ever be acknowledged.
A director and producer attempt to get their project bankrolled.