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Up, down, up, down. That's it. Come on. With me.
PAUL SUTTON: I believe that there's a perfect someone for everyone, someone who'll love you no matter what.
ALBERTO ARAGON: This is the root of your life, the root of your family. You are bound to this land and to this family by commitment by honor and by love. Plant it. It will grow. PAUL SUTTON: I don't know how. ALBERTO: Victoria. Help your husband.
DON PEDRO ARAGON: Clothes are like family. You have to live in them for awhile before you have the perfect fit. But you are doing great. PAUL SUTTON: I don't if everyone would share your opinion. DON PEDRO: Well, it's not easy being in charge. It's not easy for me. It's not easy for him. Every man has to find his own way. But I have faith in my son. And I have faith in you. But your fly is open.
VICTORIA ARAGON: We can sleep in Pedro's room. MARIA JOSE ARAGON: In that teeny-tiny little bed? On your wedding night? No. You need room, to maneuver.
PAUL SUTTON: Why can't you just love her? She's so easy to love.
MARIA JOSE: You know, it is out of love that my husband roars so. We are very traditional people, Paul, and this modern world takes a little getting used to. He'll come around. Love each other always.
DON PEDRO: Talking between men and women never solves anything. Where we think, they feel. They are creatures of the heart.
DON PEDRO: Newlyweds. What else do they do but make love and war?
GUADALUPE ARAGON: You must see it through. Your fate. What brought you here.
PAUL SUTTON: I know that she is good and strong and deserves all the love this world has to give. Can't you see that, how wonderful, how special she is?
ALBERTO: My daughter can trace her roots back 400 years to the best families in Mexico.
PAUL SUTTON: She's like the air to me.
The blessing of the harvest: We thank you, Lord in heaven, for bestowing on us the bounty of thy harvest. We ask only that each life here be blessed with the full measure of love, health, and happiness that those who acknowledge God in heaven justly deserve. Amen.
ALBERTO: Just because I talk with an accent doesn't mean I think with an accent.
Directed by Alfonso Arau; screenplay by Robert Mark Kamen, Mark Miller, Harvey Weitzman; based on story "Quattro passi fra le nuvole" by Piero Tellini, Cesare Zavattini, Vittorio de Benedetti; produced by James D. Brubaker, Bill Johnson, Stephen Lytle, Gil Netter, David Zucker, Jerry Zucker; music by Maurice Jarre; cinematography by Emmanuel Lubezki; film editing by Don Zimmerman; soundtrack: "Crush The Grapes" lyrics by Alfonso Arau, music by Leo Brouwer, performed by Roberto Huerta, Juan Jimenez, Febronio Covarrubias and Ismael Gallegos; "Beer Barrel Polka" written by Wladimir A. Timm, Jaromir Vejvoda and Lew Brown; "Cancion Mixteca" performed by Ismael Gallegos, written by Jose Lopez Alavez;"Mariachi's Serenade" lyrics by Alfonso Arau, music by Leo Brouwer, performed by Roberto Huerta, Juan Jimenez, Febronio Covarrubias, Ismael Gallegos. Returned from the WWII, Paul Sutton meets Victoria Aragon, who is on the way home called Las Nubes, which stands for "the clouds." They finds out their love has grown passionately.
|Alfonso Arau||Maurice Jarre||Keanu Reeves||Anthony Quinn||Giancarlo Giannini|