This is a story with a difference, about two star crossed lovers.
Pim is a young boy from a small Belgian coastal town who lives a dreary existence with his mother, Yvette, who is a boozy accordion player.
I hate to conform to stereotypes but I don’t understand sport at all. It’s a complete mystery to me.
“So, which one of you is the girl?”
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