Communism is a stubborn system, but grizzly old Habryka is a stubborn man. In "Beads of One Rosary" (1980) Communist reforms are clearing out the old and making way for the new, modern and ugly. Habryka is retired and his small house may be crowded, but he refuses to pack up and make way for the compartmental concrete monstrosities the government wants to build in his home's place. Everyone calls him crazy for not selling out for modern conveniences. But Habryka is convinced that like him, his home may beold, but it also has history.