In an uninterrupted sequence, the camera follows a degenerate mother against an alienating background of plastic bags, tractor tyres and women in white slips. She makes an ironical complaint. She threw away her life for love of her son. She let people beat her up - on high heels! - at demonstrations. Junior has mended his ways, but Mum is fed up. Adapted from a monologue by the rebellious Italian playwright Dario Fo.
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