Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
Chin Chin is a young drunkard. Somehow, despite having no visible means of support, he manages to hang around and scrape up the money to stay inebriated. One day, he corners a more sober youth into listening to a sad story, told in the third person. It seems that there once was a gang of young drunks who worked occasionally and partied frequently. One of them met and became engaged to a girl over the objections of her father. When he discovered the father was involved in drug deals and pederasty, something snapped; he did something angry and foolish.
alcoholism, decadence, drug-dealer, fiancee