He loved his father, but there was one thing about him that drove him insane.
It was black, clunky and so very noisy.
His father’s typewriter was the bane of his existence.
When it gets destroyed in a freak incident, his moment of glee crashes to a halt when he sees his father’s dejected face.
He introduces a laptop to his father, with the assurance that they’re the same thing, but it doesn’t feel right.
His father gets an idea, but he needs his son’s help.
Together, father and son learn to compromise.