Four men staying for a night at the same hotel room reach an agreement to share each other's responsibilities in order to get some spare-time. Since then, the chain of misunderstandings sets start for a number of confusing events.
Journalist Nikitin writes an article for a popular newspaper about the unsatisfying service at Moscow restaurant "Oduvanchik". With the help of the local students it starts the campaign of converting the place into comfortable modern cafe.
A young patriotic young man ends up in the on Chukotka right after the civil war, where he intends to spread ideas of justice and equality among the natives, but instead he learns the local capitalist ways.
This adaptation of Twain's masterpiece still is absolutely warm without being completely married to retelling the book line by line. Despite being on the other side of the world, the tone ... See full summary »