I'm a sucker for a good fairy tale. Plus, just hearing her say the names of animals makes me smile (cheesy, but true, straight-up warm-fuzzies).
Naturally, I looked into it--Capucine's video popularity--and it's a bit unnerving, to most onlookers, myself included, there's a shadow of child exploitation, not unlike any other manifestation of child stardom (see Bruno). It just feels a little, aht, I don't know. Wrong? But maybe not. The thing is... they're now trying to raise money for Edurelief for children in Mongolia, so that counts for something. If you can put my debbie-downer-child-exploitation-thoughts behind you, then go ahead and watch the video below. It's following Capucine around Paris and captures some of that magical wonder of being a child, seeing things new. I want to say it seems very French, but I think what I would mean by that is it's reminiscent of the spirit of Amelie.
The videos are part of her mom's Vimeo project, but the top one requires permission (hence it's YouTube'd) Go to her Vimeo page to see better quality and more videos and decide for yourself about the c.e.