A new chairman has arrived at the farm. The women are forceful in their demands to revive domestic hen breeding. The chairman agrees but a decision must first be made as to how the corn should be apportioned. Václav Urbánek lives with his family in the worst house on the estate. Immediately after the sowing he wants to hand in his notice and thus adamantly refuses the chairman's offer to reconstruct his home. The chairman knows how to deal with people and thus does not remind Urbánek of his shoddy approach to sowing. Instead he puts up on the board the results of each individual's work and the reward they are to receive. Urbánek's work immediately improves. Marjánka, Urbánek's wife, buys some chickens but she has not been able to secure feed for them. She thus urges her husband to bring some from the state farm. Unfortunately, the chairman discovers the grains he has hidden in his boots. He reprimands him in private and orders him to make amends. Urbánek has now begun to respect his superior and changes his mind about leaving the farm. Once home he welcomes the mason who has come to repair his house.
The film was made for the Czechoslovak Ministry of Agriculture.
Přiznání Václava Urbánka
The Confession of Václav Urbánek