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จาก cinema paradiso script by Giuseppe Tornatore

ALFREDO: I want to make you happy, Toto! I'm going to tell you a story. 
Once upon a time a king gave a feast...Basta, one of the guards, saw the king's
daughter: she was the loveliest of all! And he immediately fell in love
with her. But what could a poor soldier do compared with a king's
daughter?!...One day he managed to meet her and told her he couldn't
live without her. The princess was so struck by the depth of his feeling
that she said to the soldier 'If you will wait a hundred days and a
hundred nights beneath my balcony, then in the end I'll be yours.'

Christ, the soldier ran off there and waited! One day, two days,
ten, twenty...Every night she looked out of her window, but he never
budged. Come rain, wind, snow, never budged! The birds shat on him and the
bees ate him alive! After ninety nights he was gaunt and pale and
tears streamed from his eyes but he couldn't hold them back. He didn't
even have the strength to sleep any more. The princess kept watch...And
on the ninety-ninth night, the soldier got up, picked up his chair and left!

SALVATORE: No! You mean right at the end?
(SALVATORE is amazed, dumbfounded; that ending has made a deep impression.)


ALFREDO: That's right, Toto, right at the end. And don't ask me what it means.
If you figure it out, let me know...


SALVATORE: I'll be damned
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