Il sole anche di notte (The Sun Also Shines at Night)

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1990
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How does it look there?|What do you think?

Try it a little higher. Like that?

- A little to the left perhaps.|- There?

We'll have Cristina sing the song, eh?

Yes, yes.

- What do you think?|- Perfect.

Bring that down a bit.

You're overtiring yourself, Cecilia.|Sit down for a minute.

I'm very worried, Mama.

Do you want to ruin|your daughter's happiest day?

I don't think it's right that...

Cristina, and all of us,|go on deceiving Sergio in this way.

We're in His Majesty's hands.

And I don't think that|the young man's all that unhappy, do you?

Because he doesn't know.

And you forget too easily.

Wait.

I must tell you something.|If I don't tell you now, I never will.

- It can't wait.|- What is it?

- Cristina!|- Yes?

Listen! Listen.

I've come to understand myself|since I've known you...

and I've found|that I'm better than I thought.

But I've known that for a while.|That's what made me love you.

If you do this|I will never be able to tell you.

You must know that|I approached you out of interest.

- I was thinking of my career.|- Stop it!

No, let me talk.

I wanted to be part of the aristocratic|society that excluded me.

But, my God,|how paltry all that seems next to you!

You despise me now for this.

How could I?

Cristina!

Now, come on.

Where have you been?

The musicians are waiting|to rehearse with you.

- Papa, I'd really...|- No, Cristina has to sing.

Mama, I don't want to sing,|please tell Papa.

- Of course you do, go on.|- Come on now.

Make yourselves comfortable.|And silence, everybody, please.

Papa!

But it's a present from the King!

Ah! Well, come and look, everybody.

What can it be? The King's present!

A golden cage!

- Look, two real doves!|- Cristina, come and see!

- Look, in the cage, two mechanical birds!|- They seem real!

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