written & directed by Jacek Bromski director of photography Ryszard Lenczewski PSC music by Ludek Drizhal production design by Magda Widelska-Władyka costume design by Małgorzata Obłoza edited by Wojciech Mrówczyński PSM sound by Jan Freda production manager Ewa Jastrzębska
cast Krzysztof Dzierma (priest), Andrzej Beya-Zaborski (police chief), Mieczysław Fiodorow (mayor), Agnieszka Kotlarska (Marina Chmiel), Grzegorz Heromiński (Staś Niemotko), Katarzyna Śmiechowicz (Ludmiła), Wojciech Solarz (Marian Cielecki), Agata Kryska (Luśka), Emilian Kamiński (Jerzy Bocian), Małgorzata Sadowska (Struzikowa), Eliza Krasicka (Jadzia)
produced by Film Studio Oko, Puławska 61, 02595 Warsaw, phone/fax +48 22 845 55 81, +4822 845 9161, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, www.sfoko.com.pl co-produced by Vision Film; Documentary and Feature Film Studio, Chełmska 21, 00-724 Warsaw, phone +48 22 841 26 83, e-mail WFDiF@wfdif.com.pl; Telewizja Poland - Film Agency, Woronicza 17, 00-999 Warsaw, phone +48 22 547 81 67 producer Tadeusz Chmielewski co-producers Włodzimierz Otulak, Włodzimierz Niderhaus co-financed by the Polish Film Institute distributed by Vision Film, Rydygiera 7, 01-793 Warsaw, phone +48 22 839 60 09, fax +48 22 839 13 67, e-mail email@example.com world sales Telewizja Poland, Woronicza 17, 00-999 Warsaw, phone +48 22 547 61 39, fax +48 22 547 78 68, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
35mm, colour, 1:1,85, Dolby Surround, 110'
A sequel to two comedies: "As Snug as a Bug in a Rug" and "God's Little Garden". A mayor election is approaching in the small town Królowy Most. Marina, an attractive instructor, arrives to town to train the local police in computer use. At the same time, an American arrives in a white convertible. In the ensuing power struggle nobody remains impartial, and there are no holds barred ... Will the parish priest manage to restore peace? If so, at what price?
Born in 1946, in Wrocław. Director, scriptwriter, and producer. Studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, Polish philology at the University of Warsaw, and directing at Łódź Film School. Co-founder and literary head of the ZEBRA Film Studio; the deputy chairman of AIDAA and the member of the AGICOA Board. The Chairman of the Polish Filmmakers Association. Laureate of numerous awards at national and international film festivals.
1980: Alice (Alicja); 1983: Funeral Ceremony (Ceremonia pogrzebowa, tv); 1986: Kill me, Cop (Zabij mnie, glino); 1988: The Art of Loving (Sztuka kochania); 1990: Polish Cuisine (Kuchnia polska); 1992: 1968, A Happy New year (1968, Szczęśliwego Nowego Roku); 1996: Children and Fish (Dzieci i ryby); 1998: As Snug as a Bug in a Rug (U Pana Boga za piecem); 2000: It's Me, the Thief (To ja, złodziej); 2002: Nikos Dyzma's Carieer (Kariera Nikosia Dyzmy); 2005: The Lovers of the year of the Tiger (Kochankowie Roku Tygrysa); Do you Know What? [in:] Solidarity, Solidarity (I wie pan co? [w:] Solidarność, Solidarność); 2007: God's Little Garden (U Pana Boga w ogródku); 2009: God's Little Village (U Pana Boga za miedzą)