The action takes place in the twenties of the last century. In one poor village is in full swing the surplus. There are posters from the series Religion - Opium for the People on the walls of houses, but part of the population continues to go to the temple. The crooked houses testify to the blatant poverty, neglect of agriculture and mass lack of culture of the population. In one of these crooked little houses, the old man and the woman live, who are bored, have nothing to do, and they don't think of anything better than to visit each other.
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