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Twin sisters travel from London to Bangkok by train and turn their experience into a documentary film

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  • Writer: Kaona Pongpipat
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Our first guess is that a documentary about young backpackers embarking on a cross-continental journey must be more or less about seeking the meaning of life. But after one of the characters throws us such a great dilemma as "to poop, or not to poop" _ a quandary facing most travellers in a tight spot to catch a train _ it's no longer that easy to surmise where this film will take us. 

A scene from Wish Us Luck , by Wanweaw and Weawwan Hongvivatana.

As their joint MA final project at University for the Creative Arts in England, Wish Us Luck, which is showing now at House RCA, is a travelogue documentary by twin sisters Wanweaw and Weawwan Hongvivatana. The film is the record of their one-month-long journey from London to Bangkok by train.

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