Warren Nefron is a hopeless klutz who has some of the worst luck in the world: when he tries to end it all with a foolproof suicide plan, he still manages to mess it up. In desperation, he goes to a psychiatrist to see if there is some way for him to end his troubles. As the doctor talks with him, the film cuts to a series of shorts about scenes from Nefron's life, and the lives of the people around him.
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T'es fou, Jerry! Ben je gek, Jerry? (You're crazy, Jerry! Are you crazy, Jerry?)
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Did You Know?
The chair used in the opening hanging sequence disappears entirely and then suddenly reappears. See more
Marcel Marceau is credited with singing the title theme, which is an instrumental. See more
References King Kong
'Romeo and Juliet' Overture
Composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Played during scene in Dr. Pletchick's office See more