Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
At a run-down cantina in the woods, a weepy old man shows up every evening, trading his stories for drinks. An ominously quick-tempered motorcyclist and his tender-hearted girlfriend have grown quite attached to hearing his stories. One night, he tells a story about some girls from the slums who were murdered. They are upset when he refuses to tell them the end of this particular story. At the same time, general conversation revolves around stories in the press about a blind man who is able to navigate with uncanny accuracy even in frighteningly dangerous situations. Eventually the old man relents and unveils his story which, this time, is a true one in which he is involved.
blindness [physical], fantasy, girlfriend, investigation, killing, motorcycle, murder, reality, storyteller