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Guy wants to go back to his country but no one has ever heard of it

It has been years since I've watched this so I don't remember much.

There is this guy trying to get back home to his slavic-sounding country, I guess it is spelled something like Prajevitska, Prazevicka. No one has ever heard of it, until, at the very end, he meets a girl who says she is from the same country but says a different name for it (the country has 2 names apparently).

I'd say it's an 80s or 90s film. It was in English, the protagonist has a slavic accent.

I know this isn't much to go by but you guys are my only hope.
asked Sep 19 in Name That Movie by losername (7 points)
edited Sep 20 by losername
what language was this in? how old is it? is it a comedy?

Edit: Terminal?
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Terminal
I'd say it's an 80s or 90s film, definitely older than The Terminal. It was in English.

As for the genre, I don't remember much of the plot so I can't say, but it's definitely not a Dumb&Dumber haha one-liner style of comedy.

I'll update the original post with this additional info.
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