"Junior is a privileged young man living in a small, devoutly Catholic provincial town. His father is a womanizer, his mother a materialistic shrew. His friends spend their days tormenting the village idiot, Kuala, and the upstanding women of the town shun local leper Berto as they go about their charitable work. Increasingly alienated and disgusted by the hypocrisy of the townsfolk, Junior finds himself identifying more and more with Berto and Kuala. He tries to make things right for these marginalized characters but his attempts are met with futility at every turn and inevitably, tragedy strikes."--Container
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