|Directed by||Bakhtyar Khudojnazarov|
|Produced by||Heinz Stussak|
|Screenplay by||Bakhtyar Khudojnazarov|
|Music by||Daler Nazarov|
17-year-old Mamlakat lives with her father Safar and the disabled brother Nasreddin in a village in Tajikistan. She is working in a small restaurant and dreams of becoming an actress. When a wandering theatre company enters the city, she misses the theatrical performance but is seduced in the dark by the aircraft pilot Yassir, who pretends to be an actor and promises to help her become an actress, without knowing what is actually happening.
When she later discovers that she is pregnant, she has no idea how this happened and who the father is. Determined to preserve their honour, her eccentric family sets out on a journey in order to find the father of Mamlakat unborn child and to force him to marry her. During this journey with an old car loaded with rabbits through Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan, the family meets various bandits and the charming impostor Alik, who poses as the seducer in the dark, and falls in love with the Mamlakat.
- Chulpan Khamatova as Mamlakat
- Moritz Bleibtreu as Nasreddin
- Ato Mukhamedzhanov as Safar
- Merab Ninidze as Alik
- Polina Rajkina as Khabibula (voice only)
- Nikolay Fomenko as Yassir
- Dinmukhamet Akhimov as the gynaecologist
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