Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
She had a miserable time in her childhood, and her young womanhood was no better, as her father actively consorted with Germans both before and during World War II, and that her only dates came from this group. After the war, she was tarred with the collaborationist brush, and she married a grim, humorless man who watches her every move like a hawk. It is little wonder, then, that the woman in this drama/fantasy (Lea Brögger) spends so much time imagining an alternative life to her real one. In both her real life, the only real friendliness she experiences comes from a meterman (Kenneth Kreutzmann) who wishes she was his lover.