Sorry For Kung Fu

After spending several years in Germany as a refugee, Mira returns home to the small village of Duvnjaci in the Dalmatian in-lands. She arrives home pregnant, completely shocking her parents. Her father Jozo comes up with the idea of telling everybody that Mira is a widow. He plans to find her a new husband as soon as possible. With a ...more

After spending several years in Germany as a refugee, Mira returns home to the small village of Duvnjaci in the Dalmatian in-lands. She arrives home pregnant, completely shocking her parents. Her father Jozo comes up with the idea of telling everybody that Mira is a widow. He plans to find her a new husband as soon as possible. With a little help from a matchmaker, several potential suitors visit their house. Her parents dislike the war veteran Caco because he is slightly deranged, as well as their neighbor Begic because he is Muslim. The best candidate is Mate, who clears mines on nearby fields. When Mira gives birth, a new problem arises - the baby's father was Asian! Kate and Jozo have a hard time dealing with the mockery of their neighbors. Soon, Mira decides to take the child with her and leave her parents' home. She comes back after a few years to visit her dying father. Finally, on his death bed, Jozo accepts the fact that his grandson is different.

Movie Details

  • Tomatometer
    56%
  • Director(s) Ognjen Svilicic
  • Starring Vera Zima, Ivica Basic, Verda Mlikota Yong Long Dai, Jadranka djlokic, Barbara Vickovic, Mate Curic, Milivoj Cace, Branimir Rakic, Jolanda Tudor
  • Language(s) Serbo-Croatian
  • Subtitle(s) English
  • Released January 01, 2004
  • Genre
  • Run Time 70 minutes
  • Rating NR

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