He is an estate agent who lives his uneventful life in the suburb
of an unspecified city.
Under a showing of compulsive ordinariness, he attempts to make up the illusion of an ideal world, a pantomime of the “perfect neighbourhood”.
While such an artifice is meant to fulfil his love dream,
an overwhelming reality forces him to a harsh awakening.

The Plastic Cardboard Sonata is a story of urban loneliness.
Through an accurate use of silence it sketches out the essence
of daily life malaise.