A young man is showing his wife how best to put their two lively children to sleep. The couple has been invited for a dinner and the wife, ironing her husband's shirt, is becoming nervous. At first, the father sings to his son Filip and his daughter Andulka, but then they ask him to put on some music and read to them from Karel Čapek's book on Dášenka, the puppy. The children fall "sound" asleep. The husband boasts about his methods, but his wife thinks more authoritarian measures are required. Before they can leave, the children turn on the TV and start rocking to the pop music. The mother threatens to give them a sound walloping. Once again, the children pretend to be asleep. As soon as the door closes on their parents, the children go on the rampage again. Having turned their room topsy-turvy, they fall asleep from exhaustion.
Jozef Bardoczy, Miroslav Halama, Petr Nýdrle
Spi děťátko spi
Hush Little Baby