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I remember watching this movie when I was a kid and it left me a very strange feeling. The parents of a small boy, Tobi, discover that a couple of angel wings are growing on his sun.
The fantastic storyline is developed into a quite sad and melodramatic script that tries to avoid all the characteristics of the fantastic genre, showing the reality of everyday life. The whole thing works quite well delivering a strange, uncomfortable atmosphere. I remember it as a sad film, specially the end scene.
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