little-cute paulette, who learned that her mother and father were buried, asks:
"so they don't get wet in the rain?"
the song was re-arranged by narciso yepes, became anonymous like greensleeves, carol of the bells, and found its place among the most well-known guitar melodies.
angela dubeau's interpretation of violin, caravelli's synthesizer, fernand gignac's and
andy williams' vocals, alain morisod's arrangement, roland dyens' guitar are beautiful.
piano arrangement interpretations by richard abel, paul mauriat and giovanni marradi are available.
poetry and motion also interpreted the song as romeo and juliet in a rap style.
it is a must-watch movie for anyone who killed ants and buried them in graves in their childhood.
i remember this movie from a summertime evening cinema zone on tv. just at the beginning of the movie, a girl and a child were collecting crosses from the cemetery, if i'm not mistaken, 2-3 minutes passed, they burned them to warm up. in the next days, we learned from the newspapers that the film was banned because it insulted religious values.
story of a girl who saw death before she could even comprehend what war was and how she postponed it. of course, it is significant to use a cross while doing this. there are also slight touches about the class difference. in short, it is a neorealismo effective film with a tearful dramaturgy close to sica's films, and just like the films of that period, it doesn't look very impressive when viewed from here.