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If you don't understand the plots in these short stories, you shouldn't be watching anything for people over the age of 18. This is actually well mastered and put into a thinking sense. This just follows along the 'Tales From The Darkside', 'Tales From The Crypt', and 'Creepshow' genre. Not too much to make us laugh, but to give a twist on certain events or bring a plot about from an angle you would not think of normally.
There are 3 stories and it is agreed the last one 'Yellow' is one of the best. It stars Kirk Douglas and his real life son Eric. Using the Father/Son roles the son is brought before his father as a coward to be sentenced to death and his father wants to show everyone his son is a brave soldier.
Definitely worth watching for a twist on life. You'll think this was an episode out of 'The Outer Limits' or 'Twilight Zone'.
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