The sypnosis really doesn't do the show justice. The premise sounds simple and common enough, and maybe just a little on the wrong side of weird, but trust me when I say this show is simply amazing. Hugely reminiscent of Amelie, it displays the same sort of quasi-fantasy world weirdness and vaudeville humor, yet at the same time reveals nuggets of insights into life [or death, as the case here]. There is no word to describe this show except for precious; there is something really good going on here, and I hope the writers and studio resolve their problems soon so that such a wonder of vision does not suffer a premature and tragic death.


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