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What The "Bella Ciao" Lyrics Mean In English
In Netflix 's gripping Spanish crime series Money Heist , the central gang of daring robbers sing the Italian song "Bella Ciao" to embolden themselves for the heist, and to celebrate victories. There are actually two versions of the lyrics for "Bella Ciao. A field worker was called a mondina, and the mondina version of "Bella Ciao" is a lament about the back-breaking labor, terrible conditions and low pay that the mondine suffered through. The original lyrics bemoan biting insects, a boss wielding a cane, and the loss of youth. This may sound like it's a world away from Money Heist , in which the robbers plan to print their own money and live a life of work-free luxury. The final lines of the song voice a hope to one day work in freedom, and it was that spirit of resistance that carried through to the version heard in Money Heist. The first time the gang sing "Bella Ciao" in Money Heist season 1, it's a moment of victory after Moscow hits soil when digging a tunnel through a vault in the Royal Mint. Though "Bella Ciao" is used to mark the happiest moment of the Royal Mint heist, it's also used to foreshadow death. He dies in the following episode, when Helsinki decides to quietly put him out of his suffering rather than risk leaving him to the mercy of the police.
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Why The Money Heist Gang Sing "Bella Ciao"
Initially used by paddy field workers to protest conditions in the 19th century, it was rewritten and used for the Italian Resistance protesting Nazi Germans during World War 2. The song has staying power, used as a hymn to protest fascism, promoting the resistance. The world we live in now is full of protests and people fighting against the forces of fascism. Just looking at the examples of the song in Money Heist should show you how it represents our present-day issues. Conveniently, the song also comes on the radio at the same time, and he and Denver sing, like the rest of the group, comes together to celebrate once they hear the commotion.
Viewers are first introduced to the song by The Professor and Berlin, his older brother. During one of Tokio's narrations, she gives viewers some insight into the meaning—and how the thieves were first introduced to it. If viewers pay close attention, they'll notice the song is played during big plot moments on the show. In season 2, we hear it when the thieves find a way out of the Mint —and again when the police figure out how they got into the Mint in the first place. But at that point, the thieves were already long gone and traveling to their secret locations. According to Arts and Terror by Vladimir L. Marchenkov, "Bella Ciao"—or "Goodbye Beautiful"—is an Italian folk song that was used as an anthem for the anti-fascist resistance and used worldwide as a hymn of freedom. During World War II, the lyrics changed to reflect "the partisans fighting the fascists.