Felipe and Letizia, love under the hawthorn tree, film at Chamberí and the official photo at the websitehttp://marta-cibelina.blo...oficial-de-la-pagina-web/
It was last Saturday, in the evening session at the Verdi cinemas in the Chamberí neighbourhood, near Madrid's Plaza de Quevedo. The Prince and Princess of Asturias went to see a movie with a title and a theme extremely suggestive for a couple like them: 'Love under the hawthorn tree. Very well matched in jeans, blue polo shirt and t-shirt and various goodies to share. The Princess, as the woman sitting next to her told me, must have had a great holiday. She looked very good in her sport or casual look, in which she feels so comfortable. The film is one of what we used to call a high-brow film, that is, good and minority cinema, unlike what liked to watch, without going any further, Isabel Sartorius, who had a great time with films like 'My Big Greek Wedding ', etc ...
The Princess likes good movies, and they say, she's always spot on on her recommendations. Give what is Caesar's to Caesar.
'Love under the hawthorn', whose real title in the original language is Shan zha shu zhi lian, chronicles the adventures in Chinese subtitled in Castilian, of Jing, "a naive schoolgirl city, moved to a remote mountain village for "re-education" during the Cultural Revolution. Her father has been imprisoned for "right-wing policies", and her mother struggles to feed her three children. Jing knows that both her future and the welfare of her families depend on her good behavior in view of the authorities. A mistake would be enough to ruin their lives. But her wise and peaceful existence is disrupted when she falls for Sun, the charming son of a military elite. Because social difference that separates them, a romance between them is unthinkable. Moreover, dangerous. But the attraction is mutual and very powerful .... "
You won't deny that the story is romantic. Well, according to the source who told me the Saturday night of the Princes in detail, it seems that both really enjoyed the movie. Shortly, their daughters, who have been learning Mandarin Chinese, will be able to see Chinese films suitable for their age but without subtitles. The girls have turned out to be pretty bright. You can ask things to all members of the Royal Family on their new website , but is not guaranteed the answer. All questions they do, they say, they will come. The picture that appears is the official web page. The firm D Virgili, and copyright is Royal House of His Majesty the King. Will this photographer accept private commissions ? They look like movie stars, very fitting for this post...
F&L saw last Saturday this film: Shan zha shu zhi lian (Under the Hawthorn Tree)
Photos in Hola today from Anabolena at the Hispánico:http://i45.tinypic.com/1zewdn8.jpghttp://i46.tinypic.com/20h59qf.jpghttp://i50.tinypic.com/30afbkx.jpg