My latest roll through the Minox 35GT went south pretty thoroughly.
The first dozen frames or so stacked up in the space of three or four frames, with multiple exposures.
Then it started advancing properly, but it turned out that the shutter was firing only every three or four images, so the rest of the roll was mostly blank.
Even so, these multiple exposures are kind of interesting.
These were taken at same time as the Yashica 44 pictures of the crane readying to install the span in the new bridge that I have shown recently, followed by a beer in a nearby pub, so they have layered the afternoon of photography.
Minox 35GT, Fuji Superia 200, processed commercially, scanned at home