Several years ago I caught it when it played on AMC ; and I learned that some childhood memories should be left as memories. I found it long and clumsy. As Bette Midler would joke on the Tonight Show, "I never miss a Liv Ullmann musical". One of the very awkward numbers featured in the film is this song; Sally Kellerman and Olivia Hussey sing about their two different worlds, one of work and strife the other of peace and leisure. It's a good song, with all the amazing Burt Bacharach-isms one would expect, but it's badly staged. Sally and Olivia running about in a room jumping on desks and crawling up ladders in a library, much like the dance numbers I would do in my parent's basement when I was ten. The great choreographer Hermes Pan, who had worked with Fred Astaire, was panned for his work on this film.
This morning Gary sent me this video and I've been hooked on it all day. It's everything that the musical number wasn't in the movie... alive! It's really well planned out, and makes me want to know these two Dutch guys... I hope you like it.