Radost and Mrs. Dobrojska are planning to arrange a marriage between Gustav - Radost's nephew - and Mrs. D's daughter, Aniela. Their aim is clearly materialistic, but Radost also wishes for the party boy Gustav to settle, while Mrs. D. wants a good marrying material for her daughter. The problem is that Gustav is not very eager to get hitched, and Aniela is heavily influenced by her cousin, Klara, a fierce opponent of men, who constantly mocks infatuated in her Albin, Mrs. D's neighbor. Soon a revelation surfaces about the promise the girls made to each other that they will never get married. They do not trust men; do not want to be their marionettes, nor a subject of any transaction. Excited by the challenge Gustav decides to prove that no girl can resist him. He cunningly plots... and everything ends happily.
|Directed by||Filip Bajon|
|Written by||Filip Bajon|