Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
Apparently a favorite theme in Eastern bloc countries at this time, this drama preaches morality through the eyes of a young child looking at the misdeeds of a parent. In this instance, young Rado (Velko Kunev) laughs at his elderly singing teacher at school because the man led the class off-key. The headmaster orders Rado to apologize for laughing and he refuses, believing he did nothing wrong. His father is called to meet with the headmaster and ultimately decides his son is innocent of any wrongdoing. But the reverse is not true; Rado discovers his father has been making a tidy sum on the black market and is so upset that he runs away from home. This leaves Rado's father in a bind -- if he wants his son's respect and love he will have to give up his lucrative black market income, but that is easier said than done.