The Mist by Lune Production features six sketches of the daily lives of rice farmers in the form of symbolic dance movements and traditional music. Offering an authentic experience for the audience, performers are dressed in traditional costumes and rural props that were used back in the olden days.
The main theme of the show is rice farming in Southern Vietnam. Scenes include farmers tending to rice fields, paired with contemporary and ballet dancing, as well as acrobatic performances.
Ka Tum, in Khmer language means “pomegranate” or "wrapped inside", is a kind of dumpling wrapped by leaves of thốt nốt (Asian palmyra palm) that looks like pomegranate fruit.