Not Rated | | Drama, Romance
A hotel room in the center of Rome serves as the setting for two young and recently acquainted women to have a physical adventure that touches their very souls.
The song sung by Natasha/Dasha and Alba in the shower is "Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu," commonly known as "Volare" in the U.S. It was a worldwide hit (including number one in the U.S.) for Domenico Modugno in 1958. The lyrics describe a dream that the singer knows will never happen again in which he is painted blue and flying ("volare") and singing ("cantare") in the sky. A non-literal English translation of the song was a hit by Bobby Rydell in the U.S. in 1960.
Natasha, never before, in my whole life, I've known a love like this. Not this way. And it can't be for nothing.
In what's meant to be the same scene shown from two different angles, when Natacha's sat on the balcony, she can be seen from the bathroom, but not vice versa where there's a curtain in the way and it's clearly a separate set as there's no trace of the bedroom.
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