Upon discovering the suicide of a known transvestite, the police inspector seeks enlightenment from a psychiatrist familiar with the phenome...更多>
Scientist: No one can really tell the story. Mistakes are made. But there is no mistaking the thoughts in a man's mind. The story is begun. Scientist: People... all going somewhere... all with their own thoughts... with their own ideas... with their own personalities. Inspector Warren: I'd like to hear the story to the fullest. Dr. Alton: Only the infinity of the depths of a man's mind can really tell the story. Scientist: Beware! Beware of the big green dragon that sits on your doorstep. He eats little boys... Puppy dog tails, and BIG FAT SNAILS... Beware... Take care... Beware! Scientist: Pull the string! Pull the string! [voice-over during stock footage of cars on a freeway] Narrator: The world is a strange place to live in. All those cars. All going someplace. All carrying humans, which are carrying out their lives. Narrator: Glen is not a homosexual. Glen is a transvestite, but he is not a homosexual. Glen: My mind is in a muddle. Like... thick fog. I can't make sense to myself sometimes.