Bartul Burt Marinkovich, a Croatian emigree-turned millionaire, dies and unexpectedly leaves his millions not to his beautiful young wife, Nicole, but to his heretofore unknown, illegitimate nephew, Bepo Stambuk, who is living in Bol on the island of Brac. This is Marinkovich's posthumous revenge on Nicole for his discovery that she has been having a long-standing affair with his personal secretary, Douglas Caine. A young lawyer of Croatian descent named Elisabeth Horvath is assigned to find Bepo and transfer his inheritance to him, but at the same time, Nicole and Caine hire two assassins to go to Brac and kill Marinkovich's heir. When Horvath and the two assassins arrive, they discover independently that there are three men in Bol named Bepo Stambuk, and must figure out which is the right one. Written by
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Mirena who wrote previous comment is probably 12 years old or she has really bad taste in movies. This movie is rather bad but it should be notice that it is one rare example of private investing in Croatian cinematography. In this county where only state funded directors are supposed to direct boring art movies it is quite nice to see somebody trying to do something different. The story is wick and you can see right through it. Acting looks like summer workshop where everybody just have lot of fun without care for final result. Only good thing that I can mention is photography because Croatian coast looks really astonishing. You might like this movie if you like Bud Spencer & Terennce Hill type of humor. Otherwise, go look somewhere else! Cheers!
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