Momo, or the strange story of the time-thieves and the child who brought the stolen time back to the people.
Momo is a tale about time. The values and valuing of time. Our lifetime, which is defined by our own choices. And about what happens when we do not take time for ourselves. If we keep saving time, it will run out. Life will become empty; people will become miserable. And there is no hope that thing will change in time, because there is no time anymore. Fortunately, there is Momo, who decides to bring time back to people.
This timeless tale is very topical in our times. It is time to tell the tale.
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