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 Louise Smiljevic
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