since you never saw the movie"The King of Hearts" let me give you a brief out line.Its about a milatary man on mission, mission to go to a small town and find out where the enemey has hidden a large store of amunition.When he arrives he finds the town deserted all except for the mental health comunity they have been relesed from the asylum but unaware of the danger have just taken over the town .the soldier at first upon finding them is confused by there flambount ways but soon figures them out and stays with them because they have won his freindship he is impressed with there supportive and loving community that truely looks out for and cares for one another.They make him there king.Then one day both armys come into town a battle begins both armys completly wipe out and destroy each other.After the battle the town resumes normal life and the mental health comunity returns to life at the asylum.then you see the soldior alone in the street he starts to walk, he walks right up to the door of the asylum and poses as a patient to get in with his freinds.the moral of the story the mental patients loved supported and cared for each other some thing that the so called "normal" world could or would not.
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