Doesn't work on newer Linux because it was designed for Python2 and currently Linux distros are using Python3.
Some guy said, "For 'buntu 22.04 the old legacy gimp-python packages no longer work, Python3 rules.
There is a Gimp appimage launcher that adds python support.
Just updating an old laptop to kubuntu 22.04 / Gimp 2.10.32 from the Panda Jim PPA Only Python3 available.
Goes like this: 50 second demo animation: https://i.imgur.com/fWY3ezt.mp4
Running the appimage unpacks to /tmp before starting Gimp. You can unpack the appimage and run it as 'permanent' installation. Up to the user.
That gets those heal python plugins running with resynthesizer.
Other distros ? Kali is based on Debian testing, maybe the MX-linux version works. Arch ? Too much cutting edge."