Paul cannot approach his father, mired in his business, without noticing that his son requires at least a few words, thrown out instead of attention by shouting at the door, to continue the battle with loneliness, not guilty of his mother’s misbehavior, the child hanging him around his parent’s neck , never taking responsibility, forgetting about the boy in an attempt to get rid of the memory of his wife. The conditional orphanage of the Englishman Paul is akin to the complete orphanage of the French Michel, who after the death of her father, who had raised her without a deceased mother, tried... read the rest.
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