The house of a wealthy banker Belly is a real temple of business. Massive columns, a peacock in a golden cage and a Ph.D. in the name of the son of Belly - in a gold frame under glass. The problem is that the education and diploma was received not by the charming slacker Milorad, but by the poor relative Velimir - under the name of Milorad. And now the Belly is about to become a victim of his own career ambitions and ambitious plans. Because during training abroad Velimir under the name of Milorad managed to get a wife and a child. And they are just about to descend into the house of their wealthy father-in-law, who was just thinking of marrying his unfortunate son to the daughter of the Minister of Railways.
The Yugoslav playwright Branislav Nusic skillfully develops the traditions of Moliere's "philistine in the nobility", sitcoms, in which the protagonist, increasingly dominated by foreign wives, charming swindlers, importunate benefactors, assertive matchmakers, is becoming more and more entangled. In the play of Tatiana Kazakova these colorful characters merge into a motley, screaming, demanding chorus, threatening to drive the unfortunate Belly out of her mind.
And only love is capable of cutting a tangle of contradictions.
Author: Bronislav Nusic
Director: Tatiana Kazakova
Duration: 3 hours