An art dealer plagued by huge amounts of gambling debt, uses the works of a young painter, Pablo Kicasso, to pay of the Hungarian Mafia. During a meeting with the Hungarian Godfather, the art dealer suggests to kill Kicasso, thereby raising the value of his paintings. The young artist is by no means a fighter. Is Kicasso's fate sealed and his art destined to increase in value shortly? Written by
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The German TV station considered "Kicasso" to weird for its viewers and decided not to screen it, after initially trying to buy the screening rights in 2009 for it! See more