The story is pretty simple, although the telling of it is surreal: a clerk is in love with the daughter of a hunter, but the father doesn't want his daughter marrying someone who can't hunt. After trying and failing to catch game, the clerk makes a deal with Pegleg for a set of magic bullets ("The first one is always free!" says Pegleg). With these bullets, the clerk has no trouble killing several animals. However, "there are some bullets that are intended for a single target, and no matter where you aim will hit that target. It could be a particular animal...or a particular person..."
I recommend seeing it. If you're in the Bay Area, you should get tickets quickly, because it only lasts until Oct. 10 and it's been really popular.
After that, I had an excellent meal of seafood at Tadich Grill. All in all, a good day.