Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
In the 1967 film Sami Swoi, or Our Folks, two families of displaced persons settled on farms next to one another, quarrelled, and made up when their children married one another. In Nie Ma Mocnych, it is eighteen years later, and the two neighboring farmers are working together in perfect harmony. Their problem is that their sons don't want to work the farms. The cunning old fellows hit on a scheme involving their grandchildren, and, after many adventures, their plan carries the day and the farms stay in family hands.
displaced-persons, family, family-feud, farmer, farmer's-son, neighbor