This story takes place in the suburb, in a quiet district, where a man in his fifties, seeming wealthy, comes back from Venezuela to visit his family, actually his sister and niece. He tells them about his new good fortune and advises them to put money in hazardous investments, especially to his naive niece. But the girl's mother already knows that her brother - and daughter's uncle - has to change his mind about the young woman. She has to be preserved. She must not be corrupted by her uncle and his phoney dreams and promises. This tale is a cute one, but not the kind of stuff I expected to be at first sight. A sweet and delicate scheme for the whole family and, of course, I found it a little cheesy for me. But, I repeat, that's the ideal story for families at home having supper after work. Period.
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