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Why is Derek sifting through Angel's trash? Will she ever stop cleaning for long enough to find out? Will Terry break free from Marja and her chocolate Santa Claus? Will she throw him onto the bed of cream cakes? A black comedy about obsession.
In this dark comedy about obsession, people reach absurd states in search of their unique little highs.
Music, oddball characters and weird noises combine to create fully realised and recognisable world in which the pursuit of pleasre is all encompassing.
This film was selected for screenings at several international film festivals, including the prestigious Clermont-Ferrand.
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