i've heard it and it's wonderful.
but i had a wonder at the end. it sounded as if liliom had been the poor beggar that comes to the wife and daughter at the end. well, it was.
i know it sounds silly, but i got the book and read the last chapter.
after liliom passed away, officers came to get him, talked to him, other men who had committed suicide were there, and liliom was acting just as stubborn as ever. well, the man who had liliom's case asked if he would like to go back to see his child. he got excited, but he didn't want to do anything. so the man said that he would burn til his daughter reached the age of 16. after that, if he'd do a good deed to help out his wife and child, then he would not have to burn any longer. well, you heard what happened if you heard the story.
if you read this, and you haven't heard it yet, i apologize