Wafer factory-owner P. Tinto and his wife Olivia want a child of their own more than anything else in the world. Years of trying, however, have left them with nothing but a pair of ... See full summary »
An old man in an asylum makes good overview of his younger years, which had a unique sense of rhythm, walking and a special intuition that led him to be detective chief inspector House Appliances "Prim" . The whole story takes pace of comedy and straight out of a senile mind but happy. It's like a special story that has no waste.
It's short style very Fesser formula taking a satirical fable with moral criticism. In this case, do not judge others without looking your own shoes. Good job, although with improved sound quality when mixing music, voice and rhythm becomes difficult to understand the narrator at times.
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