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Heartwarming: Moulin Rouge!

The 2001 film:

  • The final rendition of Come What May, particularly the moment when Christian, after a long pause, sings back - confirmation that he's regained his belief in his and Satine's love. The crescendo of "Come what may"s that follows only drives it home.

The 1952 film:

  • The Opening Narration.
    "His palette is caked, his brushes are dry, yet the genius of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec is as fresh and alive as the day he laid them down. Here, for a brief moment, they shall be restored to his hands, and he and his beloved city and his time shall live again."
Moonrise KingdomHeartwarming/FilmMr. Smith Goes to Washington

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