This short story requires readers to use their imagination and their interpretive ability, and the more they do so, the more they will enjoy the story, for this story requires readers to interpret what they are reading. The great Argentinean writer Jorge Borges said: there are two people who write a story, the writer and the reader. With this story, different readers will "compose" the story differently.
The story focuses on a family named Justice (Readers need to decide why Bivona chose this name). One member is a butcher, one a beautician, one a dentist, and the fourth, a girl who helps around the house (why these professions/activities?). They had a remarkable horror show every Halloween that attracted many people, lines went around the block. They also had a pre-Halloween screening that only selected people could attend, but no attendees could be found who could tell what happened during these screenings. We read of four people, corresponding to the four Justices, who were invited to come for pre-screenings, each alone, on four separate occasions. Each was met and dealt with by one member of the Justice family (Are these four of the seven "Deadly Sins," and if so, what did they do wrong? Was what happened appropriate to what they did wrong? Why did the Justices feel they should do what they did? Why did what happened happen on Halloween?)