In the 8mm film work entitled "The Months of the Year" by Adele Mussoni, one cannot miss the Thanksgiving feast, which, in the film dedicated to autumn, follows various moments of peasant life: the harvest, the grape harvest, sowing and the transition from one season to the next. In Rimini, on 27 November 1960, the religious festival is celebrated, accompanied by music played by the local band and by Mussoni's sequences that alternate black and white, with scenes filmed outside the Malatesta Temple and also inside. Everyone takes part in the festivities, from the scouts to the association of direct cultivators with their banners and the religious with effigies of the saints. And there are many who bring sacks of the harvest as offerings. Many have come from afar, by bus. The church is packed and in the offering basket is written: long live the Pope, who is John XXIII, known as the 'good pope', as if the others were bad. Everyone seems happy, the year's harvest has gone well, there is much to celebrate. Adele Mussoni transforms this as well as other moments of social life into filmic and popular poetry.And the harvest also includes the newborn baby on the sign with the word End.