A classic french soil, we can not talk about the book without talking about the film since the film is faithful to the original paper. And the film gives a taste to return the book to find the words, the spirit and letters of this fascinating true story out of the ordinary and becoming from the pen of Marcel Pagnol novel in two parts with it, the first , titled Jean de Florette, the story of the poor hunchback who morfond to carry water to save her garden and rabbits to the drought in this region of rocky hills in Provence named the Romarins this is that happens, Jean de Florette, with his wife and daughter, with the idea of living the fruits of his labor, he wants to get drunk the wine of its vineyards. This project would be feasible with a source of water, unfortunately, this source has been intentionally blocked to push Jean de Florette to fail in his project. The bad luck does the rest, a pest sirroco destroyed his gardening and his hutch. Jean de Florette dies following the dynamiting of a well supposed to give him water, in vain, eager to finally see the spring source, but make matters worse, it is rather a stone on the neck, which breaks the cervical vertebrae . Victim of aggressive criminal Papet Caesar and complicity Ugolin nephew, Jean poor unsuspecting, sees nothing coming, man kind of lit a little intellectual, but always optimistic and well-informed through books, it takes possession of this small inheritance from his mother, which arouses the jealousy of Caesar who is doing everything possible to thwart the project of the hunchback. It was not long, slowly but steadily, John goes into the wells that became his tomb.