A man who has travelled to Europe meets a young woman, and on a date at a carnival encounter a laughing clown. The thing the man is really doing at the carnival seems to be looking for a contact, a man who is part of a large exchange of cash. With every encounter, he hears the ominous laughter of a clown.
Apparently as a distraction, he manages to damage the ferris wheel. With the main attraction down, the crowd at the carnival begins to break up. He winds up killing a man, then withdrawing the funds he has been seeking from a bank the following day. Wow, how wierd is that? If you’re going to do a dastardly deed, wouldn’t it be better to keep the crowd around, so you could blend in and possibly get away?
With money to burn he wants to spend it on the gal he met, but she sees through him, and doesn’t want to have anything to do with stolen goods. Feeling rejected, he kills her, then returns to the carnival where his troubled spirits are bothered by the laughing clown. What a wierd story that seems to go no where, but in the end a moral of the story is dispensed as the man seems to be driven mad. Good for him.
A show with great acting, well produced, but the script is just way over the top for me. Too stylized and bizarre.