Vít Klusák, Filip Remunda, Martin Dušek, Jan Keller, Václav Bělohradský, Radovan Klučka, Jana Lorencová, Jana Bobošíková st., Jiří Krytinář, Aneta Langerová, Ivan Langer, Karel Schwarzenberg, Miloš Zeman, Daniel Hůlka, Petr Rychlý, Václav Marhoul, Václav Klaus, David Černý, Filip Renč, Ladislav Špaček, Věra Čáslavská, Marie Rottrová, Petr Nečas, Roman Smetana, Petr Novotný, Olga Path Štiplová, Pavel Novotný, Christopher Lambert, Andrea Kalivodová, Iveta Bartošová, Kateřina Kristelová, Tomáš Kratochvíl, Jan Kraus, Pavel Bém, Željka Suková, Dana Morávková, Aleš Suk, Bohuslav Svoboda, Andrej Babiš, Martin Stropnický, Jean Reno, Matěj Stropnický, Miloš Zeman ( a.z.), Andrea Culková, Anna Šabatová, Leonid Iljič Brežněv ( a.z.), Saša Uhlová
A populist politician, a devout Christian, and a successful architect – 3 brothers, each very different. The film offers a non-traditional view of one Czech-Japanese family. Tomio Okamura transformed himself from a businessman in tourism into a successful politician who divides society with his extreme views. His older brother, Hayato Okamura, is a convinced Christian Democrat for whom decency is paramount. The youngest, Osamu Okamura, focuses on urban design and tries to understand different opinions. How was this varied trio of brothers formed by their difficult Czech-Japanese childhood? Can they get on although so different? This film offers a deeper behind-the-scenes look at this family and their complicated relationships. It is as if the world of the brothers Okamura is a microcosm of the divided Czech society of today.