A beautician in America is mistakenly thought to be an academic teacher by a representative of an Eastern European dictator. She is invited to their country on that mistaken belief and is asked to be the tutor of the dictator's children. While there, she tries to Westernize the whole country.Written by
Tony Berkoff <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Most signs in the movie are written in Slovak. The banner at the secret resistance meeting says "to unite correct". The warning signs in the factory read "Danger: Steam", and the scribbles on the newspaper mean "From our readers' letters." The labor decree that Pochenko draws up is only seen for a split second in one shot, but part of it says "further site updates are hereby postponed." See more »
When Joy is talking to her mom at the beginning while she eats ice cream, the position of her hands changes in between shots. See more »
I saw this movie in the theater on a hunch and it was a really cute film. The premise is very similar to Fran's "Nanny" role (although in this case, she's the "tutor"). It's clean, the laughs are consistent, and it's a great family film. I'm not saying the film certified for Oscar, but kids would love it.
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