Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
Director Ivan Andonov and scriptwriter Georgi Mishev pair off for the second time since their 1976 release of the Fairy Dance. In this sexual comedy, Yakim Donev (Stefan Danailov), is a good-looking driving instructor who takes advantage of his natural endowments to run a little scam for himself on the side. His services as a healthy male are available to any woman trapped in a daily routine that makes her vulnerable to his charms. Yakim is a gentleman, in a sort of modified way, and exactly what these women are temporarily looking for in life. Soon more and more women decide that they really need driving lessons, and his agenda is beginning to get a little too full -- conflicts are starting over who has priority and who does not. One day when a husband wonders about all these driving lessons and has his wife tailed by a private detective, Yakim's woes take a turn for the worse. He tries desperately to remedy the steadily declining situation, until there seem to be no viable options left.
boredom, Casanova, con/scam, driving-school, handsome, private-detective