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* Meta-example: The film was candidated at 1999 Academy Awards, presented by fellow-Italian Creator/SophiaLoren (maybe {{Foreshadowing}}?). As she, speaking in English, is revealing the winner you can literally hear her voice [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cTR6fk8frs switch to an heavy Italian accent, calling "ROBBBERTOOO!" [[note]] Southern Italians like Loren tend to pronounce names with one "b" like they were a double "b", so she's clearly switched to Italian [[/note]] ]]. It is even more heartwarming since they are friend in RealLife aside from fellow Italians.

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* Meta-example: The film was candidated at 1999 Academy Awards, presented by fellow-Italian Creator/SophiaLoren (maybe {{Foreshadowing}}?). As she, speaking in English, is revealing the winner you can literally hear her voice [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cTR6fk8frs switch to an heavy Italian accent, calling "ROBBBERTOOO!" "ROBBBERTOOO!"]] [[note]] Southern Italians like Loren tend to pronounce names with one "b" like they were a double "b", so she's clearly switched to Italian [[/note]] ]].[[/note]]. It is even more heartwarming since they are friend in RealLife aside from fellow Italians.


* Meta-example: The film was candidated at 1999 Academy Awards, presented by fellow-Italian Creator/SophiaLoren (maybe {{Foreshadowing}}?). As she, speaking in English, is revealing the winner you can literally hear her voice [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cTR6fk8frs switch to an heavy Italian accent, calling "ROBERTOOO!"]]. It is even more heartwarming since they are friend in RealLife aside from fellow Italians.

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* Meta-example: The film was candidated at 1999 Academy Awards, presented by fellow-Italian Creator/SophiaLoren (maybe {{Foreshadowing}}?). As she, speaking in English, is revealing the winner you can literally hear her voice [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cTR6fk8frs switch to an heavy Italian accent, calling "ROBERTOOO!"]]."ROBBBERTOOO!" [[note]] Southern Italians like Loren tend to pronounce names with one "b" like they were a double "b", so she's clearly switched to Italian [[/note]] ]]. It is even more heartwarming since they are friend in RealLife aside from fellow Italians.


* Meta-example: The film was candidated at 1999 Academy Awards, presented by fellow-Italian Creator/SophiaLoren (maybe {{Foreshadowing}}?). As she, speaking in English, is revealing the winner you can literally hear her voice [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cTR6fk8frs switch to an heavy Italian accent, calling "'''ROBERTOOO!'''"]]. It is even more heartwarming since they are friend in RealLife aside from fellow Italians.

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* Meta-example: The film was candidated at 1999 Academy Awards, presented by fellow-Italian Creator/SophiaLoren (maybe {{Foreshadowing}}?). As she, speaking in English, is revealing the winner you can literally hear her voice [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cTR6fk8frs switch to an heavy Italian accent, calling "'''ROBERTOOO!'''"]]."ROBERTOOO!"]]. It is even more heartwarming since they are friend in RealLife aside from fellow Italians.


* The tank that Guido promised his son as an reward to keeping out of sight ending up being real as an American Sherman rolls into the abandoned camp only a few hours after the Germans evacuate.

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* The tank that Guido promised his son as an reward to keeping out of sight ending up being real as an American Sherman rolls into the abandoned camp only a few hours after the Germans evacuate.evacuate.
* The ending with Giosuè reuniting with his mother, that at the point had no hope to see him alive. It doubles as TearJerker since the hell they've been through and that Guido had to die to make this happen.
* Meta-example: The film was candidated at 1999 Academy Awards, presented by fellow-Italian Creator/SophiaLoren (maybe {{Foreshadowing}}?). As she, speaking in English, is revealing the winner you can literally hear her voice [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cTR6fk8frs switch to an heavy Italian accent, calling "'''ROBERTOOO!'''"]]. It is even more heartwarming since they are friend in RealLife aside from fellow Italians.


--> "Buongiorno Principessa!"

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--> "Buongiorno Principessa!"Principessa!"
* The tank that Guido promised his son as an reward to keeping out of sight ending up being real as an American Sherman rolls into the abandoned camp only a few hours after the Germans evacuate.

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* Guido and his son taking control of the camp's speakers to send a message to his wife:
--> "Buongiorno Principessa!"

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