The house in the fog
Taken as if from an abstract composition, eight characters end up in poses that force them to question their values and beliefs. As in a game of dominoes, each situation or character decisively changes the path of the other until their questions are either answered or deepen the gaps of already existing crises. The scenes exhibit in a fragmentary style, like film frames, both the acute conflicts of the characters in a wild and debaucherous world, as well as their comical and paradoxical path in obtaining some saving answers.
What do a monk, an entrepreneur, his wife, an old woman with a communist past, a real estate agent and her daughter, an (erotic) masseuse, and a young undercover (real estate) agent have in common?
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