Short Film. Carrying all her life's baggage in both a literal and figurative sense, Madame Tutli-Putli boards a train to escape from where she's coming. Thoughts of her life are affected by those she sees on board. During the middle of the night, while most others are fast asleep, she has time to reflect, which allows her to face those upcoming demons, either real or imagined. In her search for what lies ahead, she may find that what she will ultimately come across is not what she imagines.
▶ The Vagabond by Robert Louis Stevenson celebrates the glorious freedom and independence of a tramp's life. All the four stanzas of "The Vagabond" repeatedly emphasize the unrestrained joys of an independent life in the outdoors free from all its hassles.