Seventy-Two Days Trailer

Seventy-Two Days Trailer (2010)

"Srećo, laku noć" 20 July 2010 Drama, Comedy 93 mins

Dedina američka penzija, koju prima njegova udovica, glavni je izvor prihoda ove porodice. Nakon što baba umre, njihova je egzistencija ozbiljno ugrožena, pa glava porodice Mane, zajedno sa sinom Todorom i bratom Jojom smišlja zanimljiv plan: zameniti babu! Planom su svi oduševljeni osim Branka, Jojinog sina, kojem je jedina želja sa devojkom pobeći što dalje od njih...

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