An old woman who hasn't seen for years is found murdered in her Greenwich Village apartment and the New York police department is stumped. Lieutenant Roy Brenner goes to his old friend, Charlie Paradise, the unofficial mayor of the Village and requests his assistance. When an eccentric painter is found murdered and one of his painting is missing, Charlie links the clues and stages an art auction to smoke out the culprit. Written by
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You know what Flute was getting at, what his paintings meant.
Aren't they obvious? He was a surrealist, expressing his imagination without any conscience control, flinging his fantasies onto the canvas in a desperate attempt to astound himself.
What was his fantasy? What did he see?
Inversion! Nature in reverse. Dead things alive; living things dead.