NATH, (58) works the night streets of Phnom Penh as a Tuc Tuc “Remorque” driver. Lonely and depressed, he is obsessed with a Cambodian dancer whom he met before the Khmer Rouge period.
When he drops a young woman at the bus station, and finds out that she is traveling to Siem Reap to perform Cambodian dances, he immediately returns home and demands that he and his wife leave their home. But when she refuses to go with him, it opens up a frank confrontation. They finally confess that one of the reasons why they have been living together for so long is their forced marriage during the Khmer Rouge regime.
Screenings:Binasaya Film Festival (2nd and 3nd week of September, 2016) http://festival.binisaya.org/tagged/asianshort2016
Kaohsiung Film Festival (Oct 21- Nov 06, 2016) http://www.kff.tw/home02.aspx?ID=$5002&IDK=2&DATA=-1&EXEC=L
Thai Short Film and Video Festival, Thailand, 20th -28th/Aug 2016 (International Competition) Received a Special Mention Award
Cambodian Town Film Festival, USA, 4th/Sep 2016. Received Best Short Narrative Award at Cambodia Town Film Festival 2016.
San Diego Asian Film Festival, USA, 3rd-12th/Nov 2016
Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, USA, April 23, 2016.http://laapff.festpro.com/films/detail/three_wheels_2016
Busan International Film Festival in South Korea, 6th October, 2015
Written, Directed & Edited by Neang Kavich
Starring: Pho Phanna, Cheak Kimhut, Ly Danam, Chin Samaly
Produced by Marine Arrighi de Casanova, Davy Chou
Executive Producers: Judie Robbins, Alisa Gribe Marquis, Ken Pelletier, LinDa Saphan