In this, the sequel to Jean de Florette, Manon (Beart) has grown into a beautiful young shepherdess living in the idyllic Provencal countryside. She determines to take revenge upon the men responsible for the death of her father in the first film. Written by
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During the procession, the crowd sings. in Provencal language, a song dedicated to Saint Gens, a very popular local saint, who people pray to bring rain. See more
When Cesar lies 'apparently' dead, a woman enters the room, opens the drapes then checks Cesar. She blesses herself, then there's a zoom in on Cesar's hand wrapped in a rosary. His 'ring' finger twitches a few times until the zoom in stops. Appears to go to still frame thereafter. See more
[dialog in French, lines from English subtitles
Next time I won't pay this much. The competition from Italy is ruining me.
This barely pays for the fertilizer for the flowers. Next year we'll grow chickpeas.
I'll miss our aperitifs together.
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