- director Konrad Nałęcki
- screenplay Wiktor Woroszylski
- cinematography Romuald Kropat
- music Wojciech Kilar
- format 35 mm
A light-hearted comedy with an action-driven plot. Its main character is a teenager whose dream is to meet real Indians of the Apache tribe. He desires to become one of them and experience some big adventure. It turns out that even the strangest fantasies come to pass, if you only want them to and try hard enough. However, before teenage dreams come true, the boy will have to go through trials and tribulations. Needless to say, he will come out victorious.
Konrad Nałęcki - Polish director, creator of the popular TV series “Four Tank-men and a Dog”. In 1946 he began to study at the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków. At the academy he belonged to the “self-teaching group” of the Academic Association of the Polish Youth, run at the academic club and headed by Andrzej Wróblewski. Other members included Andrzej Strumiłło, Andrzej Wajda and Jan Tarasin. In 1949 he was admitted to the Film School in Łódź. In 1978 he was awarded the “first category of a live action film director”.