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"It's a film, a rather gorgeous one, of glances and ephemera and
- Michael Atkinson, The Village Voice
"Suwichakornpong achingly recognizes the gulf between pseudo-knowledge and lived wisdom, and it is in this liminal zone that she has chosen to work."
- Nick Pinkerton, Artforum
"The film’s textures and syntax are so strange and alluring that Suwichakornpong’s film becomes far more than the sum of its disparate parts."
-Jonathan Romney, Film Comment
"It already suggests a heady iconoclast snooping out profound points of exchange between
the possibilities of narration through images and the politics of memory."
Film Comment - Dan Sullivan
"You’ll be lucky to find a more ambitious or enthralling work of cinema in this year’s festival."
Sight & Sound: Kieron Corless
"By the Time It Gets Dark follows in the same path as the works of Thai directors Weerasethakul, Assarat, and Ratanaruang; but Suwichakornpong expands this idea to the fullest extent."
Film Comment: Kelley Dong
2016 I 105 mins I Thailand, France, Netherlands, Qatar I Thai with English Subtitles
Director of Photography_MING KAI LEUNG
Sound Mixer_AKRITCHALERM KALAYANAMITR
New Directors New Films, New York 2017
Locarno Film Festival 2016
Toronto International Film Festival 2016
Busan International Film Festival 2016
London Film Festival 2016
Vienna International Film Festival 2016
Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival 2016
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