This movie bring us a story about a woman named Laura (Marisa Cruz) that lives in a small portuguese town during the 50's. Tired of living in such a small town she travells to a bigger town, in wich she'll have the opportunity to feel free.
The CD “Clap your hands and stamp your feet” is released in 2001 and gives a very nice overview of all the songs that Bonnie St. Claire and Unit Gloria have recorded together.
Songs of Bonnie St. Claire are added to this CD. She recorded them before the co-operation with Unit Gloria, namely “Catch Me Driver”, “I Won't Stand Between Them”, “Let Me Come Back Home Mama”, “Mañana, Mañana”, “Marly purt drive”.
Simultaneously more accessible and ambitious than any of the Cure's previous albums, the double album Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me finds Robert Smith expanding his pop vocabulary by tentatively adding bigger guitars, the occasional horn section, lite-funk rhythms, and string sections. It's eclectic, to be sure, but it's also a mess, bouncing from idea to idea and refusing to develop some of the most intriguing detours. Even if Kiss Me doesn't quite gel, its best moments – including the deceptively bouncy "Why Can't I Be You?" and the stately "Just Like Heaven" – are remarkable and help make the album one of the group's very best.