Okay, no one is home right now and I can't get a tune out of my head, so I've got to watch one of my favorite movies-A Town Like Alice. There are no words to the tune and the movie isn't the greatest quality-they have never put it on DVD so I have a VHS copy that wasn't the greatest quality to begin with, but when you have a tune stuck in your head, you have no choice.
For anyone unfamiliar with this movie and book (of course I have the book, too), also called The Legacy, it was written by Nevil Shute and made into a movie in 1956, then again in 1981. It takes place in Malaya, England, and Australia, and is a sweeping drama about WWII in the South Pacific. The characters are based on people Shute actually met in the 1940s-a Dutch woman forced to march 1,200 miles with other women for 2-1/2 years by the Japanese and an Australian man who was crucified for 63 hours by the same.