Les parapluies de Cherbourg

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Year:
1964
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THE UMBRELLAS:

OF CHERBOURG:

FIRST PART:
THE DEPARTURE

Is it finished?

The engine still knocks

when it's cold, but that's normal:

Foucher!

Can you stay an extra hour?

Tonight, it's a problem:

But I think Pierre is free:

Pierre, can you stay tonight?

Check the ignition

on the gentleman's Mercedes:

Are you coming to the game?

No, I can't:

Are you going?

Sure:

Aubin asked me

to stay overtime... No way!

Tonight is special!

I'm going to the theater:

What are they playing?

Carmen!

I don't like operas:

Movies are better:

I'm going dancing tonight:

Give me a smoke:

All that singing

gives me a pain:

I like movies better:

You've said so already:

See you tomorrow:

My love...

Oh my love:

Genevive,

my little Genevive:

Guy, I love you:

You smell of gasoline:

It's just another perfume:

Guy, I love you

Oh Guy, I love you:

A customer, I must run:

See you at 8

in front of the theater:

I've thought of you all day!

Would you like

to go dancing later?

If you wish:

Can I help you?

An umbrella:

Where were you?

Just across the street:

Have you decided

which kind you would like?

An umbrella:

A black umbrella:

Genevive, show the gentleman

the umbrellas:

Is that you, Guy?

Good evening, Aunt Elise:

Good evening, my boy:

How are your legs?

Fine, my boy:

What are you up to?

I'm hungry:

You'll spoil your appetite:

I do what I please:

Calm down and talk to me:

I haven't much time:

You seem very nervous:

I'm going out:

Alone?

None of your business:

I think it is:

With a girl:

Do you love her?

It could be:

Tell me the truth:

Yes, I love her:

What's the matter?

You're crying!

No, I'm not:

I can see that you are:

Is it because you are lonely?

I am not lonely:

I have my books:

Madeleine will give me my shot:

She will keep me company:

What then?

Maybe happiness

makes me sad:

That's silly:

You big brute,

you're messing up my hair:

Good evening, Guy:

Good evening, Madeleine:

You are sad:

You seem happy:

Does it show?

I had a terrible time...

Why?

Persuading Mother:

It was getting late,

and the seamstress was late:

Look:

Careful,

it is still full of pins:

You know,

I think

she suspects something:

Who?

Mother:

When I said I was going

to the theater with Ccile,

she gave me

a funny look:

What kind of a look?

Like that:

She knows quite well

that Ccile hates shows,

and as I am a very bad liar...

That's what you say!

I assure you, I'm very awkward:

I stammered, I blushed...

I immediately

changed the subject:

Something squeezed:

Something?

Lemon:

The same:

Do you love me?

A mambo, let's go!

I should have changed shoes:

We will have children:

I will call my daughter

Franoise:

And if it's a boy?

It will be a girl:

We've always had girls

in the family:

One o'clock:

If Mother is not asleep,

what a scene there will be:

I should wear make-up,

don't you think?

You're lovely as you are:

A little bit here:

Where?

There:

We will sell umbrellas:

No, not umbrellas:

We will sell the shop:

We will buy a gas station:

Why? What an idea!

All white, with an office,

you will see:

You'll smell of gas all day:

What happiness...

We will be very happy...

And we will stay in love...

You haven't told your mother?

Not yet:

Why? You're a coward:

You must not get mad:

I know what she will say:

What?

"My little girl, you're crazy:

Thinking of marriage at your age!"

My little girl, you're crazy:

Thinking of marriage at 16!

17:

In love!

Am I too ugly or too stupid?

No, you're not ugly:

You're not the fairest of them all,

but you're neither ugly nor dumb:

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