La Boheme – “Che gelida manina”, “”Si Mi chiamano Mimi” and “O Soave fanciculla”…otherwise known as the scene in “Atonement” where Robbie (James McAvoy) writes the “c-u-n-t” letter, and as he’s writing, he’s playing a record with this music on it.
This is a DVD movie adaptation that I tracked down after seeing it on TV, called simply, Boheme, in which the actors sing in English, and the time period is updated to modern day.
Shot entirely on location in South London. Magnificent film, except that Mimi (Mary Lincoln) often sings the notes so high (however correct that may be) that I can’t understand a word she’s saying. Rodolfo is suitably immature, and very good.