Les parapluies de Cherbourg

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Year:
1964
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Nothing, I told you:

We can do nothing:

Don't insist, Mother:

This is a disaster:

Excuse me, I am interested:

I will buy this jewel:

I can save you

from your predicament:

Allow me to introduce myself:

Roland Cassard,

diamond dealer:

But, Sir...

Do not worry, Madame,

I am not a philanthropist:

I'll easily sell this necklace

in Paris or London,

where I often go on business:

I don't know if I should...

Take me seriously:

I am ashamed,

as well as delighted:

I do not have enough cash with me:

I can give you a check:

There's no hurry:

Could you come tomorrow

to my shop,

"The Umbrellas of Cherbourg"...

I'm always there:

See you tomorrow:

What time is it?

6:
15:

How come he isn't here yet?

He might be a crook:

He could have been leading you on:

Don't imagine things:

What's the matter with you?

Nothing, Mother:

Then, be quiet:

I'm going to see Guy:

I forbid you to see that boy:

Stay here:

I wouldn't want

to show you disrespect:

Well, that's good!

But I'll go:

You'll stay here:

Anyway, Mr:
Cassard

will be here soon,

and I want you to be present:

Why?

Because!

If he's a crook, as you said,

we'd better face him together:

You think we'll be smart enough?

I don't know, but stay here:

I cannot:

Don't leave:
I don't want you

to leave:
Genevive!

I had given up waiting for you:

Are you crying?

It's nothing:
Sometimes

I don't have the courage

to deal with my troubles,

with my debts:

Am I not here to help you?

It's most kind of you:

I've just seen Miss Genevive...

I would have liked...

She's gone out:

The life we lead

is so sad for a young girl...

This dreary shop...

I no longer amuse her...

and I fear

she'll become depressed:

You see, she is bored:

Would you like some tea?

With pleasure:

We've just had a terrible fight

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