The hope for "Monsoon Wedding" is that those who like it will drag their friends into the theater. There's such an unreasonable prejudice in this country against any film that is not exactly like every other film. People cheerfully attend assembly-line junk but are wary of movies that might give them new experiences or take them new places. "Monsoon Wedding," which won the Golden Lion as the best film at Venice 2001, is the kind of film where you meet characters you have never been within 10,000 miles of, and feel like you know them at once.
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Pumpkaboo is a ghostly Pokémon that has four sizes: Small, Average, Large, and Super Size. Bred Pumpkaboo are always the same size as the mother, or the non-Ditto Pokémon if bred with Ditto. Encasing its lower body is a pinkish pumpkin with a pair of nubby legs. Carved into the pumpkin is a pair of circular holes that glow yellow-orange. Pumpkaboo's shadowy black body pokes out of the top of the pumpkin. It has glowing yellow eyes, a pair of fangs in its upper jaw, and pointed ears that curve slightly. On top of its head is a long tuft of fur that curls tightly at the tip. A collar of furry-looking tufts hangs over the edge of the pumpkin.
Pumpkaboo becomes active after dark. The holes in its body can glow and illuminate the way for travelers in the dark. It is said that it also carries wandering spirits to the afterlife by storing the spirits with its body. However, its own spirit is trapped in this world. Pumpkaboo's four different sizes are determined by the number of lost souls lingering and gathered in the area. When taking spirits into the afterlife, small Pumpkaboo prefers taking children spirits while large Pumpkaboo prefers taking adult spirits instead. Pumpkaboo can hypnotize and control any humans or Pokémon. It does this task by releasing steams of light from its holes in the pumpkin.
Pumpkaboo debuted in The Bamboozling Forest!, where Jessie tripped over a Super Size Pumpkaboo in a forest. When she came out of the ground, she threw a Poké Ball at her and successfully caught her. She later evolved into a Gourgeist after being traded in A Festival Trade! A Festival Farewell?.
A Small Size Pumpkaboo named Prince Pumpkaboo appeared in A Festival Trade! A Festival Farewell?, under the ownership of Count Pumpka. He fell in love with Jessie's Pumpkaboo and a trade was agreed on. However, when the trade caused Jessie's Pumpkaboo to evolve into Gourgeist, Prince Pumpkaboo rejected her.
Pumpkaboo appears to be based on a pumpkin, specifically the ones carved into jack-o'-lanterns for Halloween. Pumpkins are also known for their variety of sizes, possibly contributing to the four sizes Pumpkaboo comes in. Considering its fangs, black upper body, and affiliation with Halloween, it may also be based on bats or black cats, which are also associated with the holiday.