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A ragtag group of friends and drinking buddies help a pal turn the tables on a con man in this easy-going comedy. Kaja (Miroslav Vladyka) is a sweet natured but easily confused man who works as a security guard at a museum near Prague. Kaja is a regular at a local tavern run by Tonda (Jiri Schmitzer), an ex-con with a soft spot for guys who've been let out of prison and are looking to start their lives over. One day, while shopping at the local market, a trickster takes advantage of Kaja and bilks him out of all his money in a rigged game of chance. It isn't until after the fact that Kaja realizes he's been cheated, and when Tonda hears about what's happened, he decides he and his friends need to get justice for Kaja. With the help of one-time pickpocket Pepe (Vladimir Javorsky), magician turned gambler Mrklas (Boleslav Polivka), poker sharks Balun (Josef Somr) and Lada (Petr Forman), Tonda's long-suffering girl friend Andula (Lenka Vlasakova) and Kaja's often exasperated wife Jitka (Simona Babcakova), Tonda maps out an elaborate scheme to outwit the con man who swindled Kaja. U Me Dobry (aka Fine By Me) was adapted from a short story by Czech writer Petr Sabach. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi