But about an hour into the painting (and six or so weeks in his real life), you start to realize that the emperor may indeed be without clothes. García's painting indeed slowly comes to life, the key word being slowly. In fact, it's so slow it is literally mind numbing. Yes, you will fall asleep. No, you won't miss anything. And even after that hour, you've still got 88 minutes to go. But then comes the kicker: Imagine your surprise when García actually quits his painting because Spain's bad weather makes the light all wrong and he can't continue.
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