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You just need to read and follow the signs. The body of a wealthy middle-aged businessman is found in his luxury villa in Prague. As he begins to investigate, the policeman finds himself attracted to the young and beautiful widow.
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Or is vigilante justice the only possible response to such evil? Prague, Christmas Michael Kobold, a man obsessed with the river Vltava and Charles Bridge, tries to put a coat on the statue of St. John Nepomuk. Man and statue tumble into the freezing river. In the ensuing commotion, year-old budding writer Hella, a sensitive girl from a well-to-do Jewish family, jumps off the Bridge to avoid being crushed by the crowd. In the rescue boat she encounters and falls for Kobold, half-man and half-water goblin, and marries him against the wishes of her family.