According to the English subtitles, Nello walks into Angela's room and says, "Good morning". They only talk for a few minutes. She then asks him if it is dark outside, to which he replies: "It's almost evening". However, this is not necessarily a mistake in the original Italian. "Buon giorno" is said until lunchtime, even as late as 2pm, and "buona sera" takes over from siesta time onwards. Saying "E' quasi sera" would not be an error if the scene began at lunchtime.