In this short drama, an overstrung factory worker lives and works in a pharmaceutical company that produces 'happiness pills'. His one bright spot? The company’s commercials, in which he sees his boss appear as a Messianic figure.
Factory worker Henry lives and works in a pharmaceutical company that produces 'happiness pills’. In this disconsolate environment, Henry recalls his childhood, when happiness still seemed within reach and his mother claimed he could achieve anything he wanted, as long as he worked hard. Henry finds some consolation in the TV commercials by his Messianic boss Victor. But then Victor unexpectedly makes an appointment with him.
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