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Before going to this movie I heard that it is a sequel of movie "Roman pro zeny" (http://imdb.com/title/tt0432034/) so I expected that it will be again some mild love story without anything that could catch my attention. I went to see it only because of my girlfriend and I am glad that I did that because film was very nice. Full of situations from everyday life which you don't realize until you see them, full of small jokes and little romances that catch you by heart. Makes you realize how strange and normal people can be at same time. I recommend watching this title with your partner as it can contain also some sad parts about partnership :-P
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