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Kazimierz Pawlak
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Wladyslaw Kargul
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Ania Pawlak
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Zenek Adamiec
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Aniela Kargul
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Mania Pawlak
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Jadzka Kargul
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Witia Pawlak
Marta Lawinska ...
Wanda Pawlak
Aleksander Pociej ...
Marek Pawlak
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Hunter
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Podoba
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The main characters are the same two quarreling pesant families introduced in "Sami swoi" (Our Folks). The action of the film starts 18 years later. The old quarrels have been forgotten, but new problems keep popping up. They have no successors to inherit the farms. They invent a tricky and clever plan. The young granddaughter is to take over both of the farms after her marriage. Both Kargul and Pawlak have no rest until they carry out the plan. In the end, after numerous adventures and obstacles their cunning intrigue is fulfilled - the young marry and the land remains in the family's hands. Written by Polish Cinema Database <http://info.fuw.edu.pl/Filmy/>

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Perhaps even better than Sami swoi
18 November 2015 | by (Poland) – See all my reviews

A very strong sequel to "Sami Swoi" shows the continuation of the struggles between the arguing Pawlak and Kargul families. Wacław Kowalski and Władysław Hańcza again put their best effort to make us laugh continuously. The supporting cast also performs very convincingly. The film nicely portraits the look of typical Polish village farm at that time. The comedic features are highly developed. First, the quotes uttered by two lead characters are very memorable. Second, the situations which are turning up are hilarious. Possibly the best scene of all is when the pig is painted with shoe shine paint to be disguised as a boar and it is all politics! It is also worth mentioning that we witness difficulties of conservative village people when encountering outsiders with their definitely non-traditional beliefs.


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