The Priest's Children
|The Priest's Children|
|Directed by||Vinko Brešan|
|Produced by||Ivan Maloča|
|Written by||Mate Matišić|
|Starring||Krešimir Mikić |
|Music by||Mate Matišić|
|Distributed by||Continental Film|
Don Fabijan (Krešimir Mikić) is a young priest who comes to serve on an unnamed small island in the Adriatic. In order to help increase birth rate on the island, he decides to pierce condoms before they are sold. He therefore teams up with the newsagent Petar (Nikša Butijer) and the pharmacist Marin (Dražen Kühn).
After they abolish all forms of birth control on the entire island, the consequences become more and more complicated.
Release and receptionEdit
The film was seen by 33,759 viewers during its opening weekend, which is the best opening of a Croatian film since the country's independence in 1991.
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