A funeral brings back the past and uncovers secrets that would have best been kept hidden.
She always preferred his brother. But he wasn’t the one left to care for her as she died. Why’s his brother brought a girl to the funeral, and what does he think he’s doing signing autographs? There’s suspicion and unspoken accusation – but he hadn’t done anything. What letter? She didn’t tell me about a letter. Is that mourner a policeman?
Paranoia and accusation in a comedy set at a funeral.
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