Walk On Water

Many women singers.
- Only women.
- Why?

I like female singers, when a man sings,
I always feel like there's something missing.

Really? That's strange.
- Who is this?
- Gigliola Cinquetti. She's Italian.

Fits in perfectly with
the scenery, don't you think?

- So, how many children do you have?
- I don't have any children.

But you said something about
teaching your children to dance.

No. I meant the children that I teach.
I work for this Organisation.

We help children of immigrants,
you know, from Turkey and other places.

We help them with their
homework. We read with them.

There's not much
money in that kind of work.

- My God, you just sound like my parents
- Why? What do they think?

- My father owns this big factory,
and wants me to work there. - I see.

He's always expected us
to join the family business.

But then Pia left, and I just told them I'd
rather do something useful with my life.

Tell more about your family?
Well, there's not so much to tell.
It's only my parents and Pia.

- No grandparents?
- No.

They died a long time ago.
- Do you have any?
- What, grandparents?

No. Actually even my mother
died a few years ago. And my father.

- Well, he died when I was in high school.
- I see.

- Do you have children?
- No. And I'm not going to have any.

- Why not? - Forget it. You might have
to hear my pessimistic view of the world.

Hi Pia...
No, we are already
in the North. Why?