The dance lessons in the dance hall at the Prague area Žofín begin. Šárka is ashamed to be the only one wearing glasses and hides them in her handbag. Although now she cannot see whom she is dancing with, she at least does not feel inferior. The dance master demonstrates the particular dance steps and turns and at the same time is able to advice the young dancing adepts about the rules of social manners with a good sense of humour. Šárka's friend Hanka admires the dexterous dancer Honza, and, being self-assertive, often dances with him. Honza's friend Milan is shy but Honza values him for being the only one from the class to succeed in entering cybernetics studies. Milan likes Šárka very much but has no idea that the girl cannot see him well without glasses and thus does not respond either to his hand waving or his smiles. In a faster dance, Šárka loses her handbag. The dance master, standing on the stage, calls for its owner and reveals that there are glasses inside. The wanton Hanka goes to the stage to pick up the bag, but when she gives it back to Šárka, the frustrated girl bursts into tears and runs away. Honza, Hanka and Milan catch up with her and unanimously try to convince her that her shyness is totally pointless. Another dance begins and Šárka - this time already with her glasses on - capers to the rhythm with Milan with a smile on her face.
kluk s kotletami
Ladislav Dražan, Vladimíra Kopecká
Jiřina Brandejsová, Jitka Šulcová, L. Procházka
Chlapci zadejte se
Gentlemen, Find Your Dancing Partner
Mám ráda blues, Žofínská šotyška