"The Grandmother presses the handle down and they are already inside. They first encounter a small vestibule, partitioned off from the Panorama by a heavy curtain. Before a table, on which the cash desk stands, sits a powdered girl. Grandmother gives her a silver coin and receives from the powdered lady in return two red tickets, and a nickel and some coppers in change. Josef is allowed to pocket the copper. “For the bank, not for sweets!”
The Grandmother sidles through the curtain with Josef, entering into an almost completely dark room…"
Hans Adler, Panorama, 1968