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Third Letter

 
Passion Soundtrack Musical, 1997
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Third Letter [CLARA]
Clara, I'm in hell,

[GIORGIO]
This is hell,

[SOLDIERS]
Living hell.

[CLARA]
Living hell.
This godforsaken place -

[SOLDIERS]
This godforsaken place -

[CLARA]
This sterile little town, these pompous little men,

[GIORGIO]
This military madness ...

[SOLDIERS]
This military madness ...
This military ...

[ALL]
Uniforms, uniforms ...

[GIORGIO]
Military madness ...

[SOLDIERS]
Military madness ...

[CLARA AND GIORGIO]
My days are spent in maneuvers ...

[SOLDIERS]
Uniforms, uniforms

[CLARA AND GIORGIO]
My evenings in discussing the day -

[SOLDIERS]
This is hell --

[CLARA]
My nights are spent in thinking of you.

[GIORGIO]
Don't forget me, CLARA ...

[DOCTOR]
[spoken] Good afternoon, Captain.

[GIORGIO]
[spoken] Doctor.

[DOCTOR]
[spoken] Your troops seem to be responding well to your command.

[GIORGIO]
[spoken] Thank you, sir.

[DOCTOR]
[spoken] How are you enjoying your new post?

[GIORGIO]
[spoken] I find everyone most hospitable.

[DOCTOR]
[spoken] Good.
Your company at meals has certainly been a welcome change for me.

[GIORGIO]
[spoken] Thank you.

[DOCTOR]
[spoken] I trust the occasional outburst from Colonel Ricci's
cousin hasn't unsettled you today.

[GIORGIO]
[spoken] No. What exactly is wrong with her?

[DOCTOR]
[spoken] She is a kind of medical phenomenon,
a walking collection of all possible illnesses.
Her diseases are beyond
science ...

[GIORGIO]
[spoken] The screams?

[DOCTOR]
[spoken] Hysterical convulsions. One might say that her
nerve endings are exposed, where ours are protected by a firm
layer of skin.

[GIORGIO]
[spoken] Is she in danger of succumbing to this illness?

[DOCTOR]
[spoken] I don't believe so.
Her body is so weak, it doesn't have the strength to produce a mortal disease.

[GIORGIO]
[spoken] I don't understand

[DOCTOR]
[spoken] The weak protect themselves.
The defensive soldier often lives longer than the brave one.

[GIORGIO]
[spoken] Is she young?

[DOCTOR]
[spoken] Late twenties, I would venture.

[GIORGIO]
[spoken] Pretty?

[DOCTOR]
[spoken] That you must decide for yourself.

[GIORGIO]
[spoken] You don't suppose that she's the Colonel's lover, do you?

[DOCTOR]
[spoken] Captain Bachetti, it's good to see you enjoy
an occasional bit of gossip. No need for discomfort,
Captain. We're all human.
Your curiosity is understandable.
No, I'm afraid Signora Fosca's physical
state prevents her from being anyone's lover.
Good day.

[GIORGIO]
Clara, don't forget me.
Keep me close to you, CLARA ...

[RIZZOLLI]
[spoken] Late for breakfast, Captain.

[GIORGIO]
[spoken] I decided to accompany my troops at their morning drill.
Before their weekly maneuvers.

[BARRI]
[spoken] You're a better officer than I am. I let my sergeant oversee the morning drill.

[LOMBARDI]
[spoken] Well, it looks as if Signora Fosca has disappointed us once again.

[RIZZOLLI]
[spoken] Why keep setting her place?

[BARRI]
[spoken] Captain Bachetti, I'm afraid you'll have to take breakfast alone.

[GIORGIO]
[spoken] We still have dinner to share, gentlemen.

[RIZZOLLI]
[spoken] Indeed.

[BARRI]
[spoken] Any chance we might interest you in a game of cards tonight?

[GIORGIO]
[spoken] No. I'm not a gambling man.

[RIZZOLLI]
[spoken] The boredom of this place will make a gambler of you yet.

[BARRI]
[spoken] Good day, Captain.

[GIORGIO]
[spoken] Gentlemen ...
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