THE BLUE LAGOON
WRITTEN BY DOUGLAS DAY STEWART
BASED ON THE NOVEL BY H.D. STACPOOLE
TRANSCRIBED BY KENDRA STEINER
The Blue Lagoon, in Pictures, Part 42, 1980
[[[Waves crash to the shore in the evening. Inside the hut, Emmeline gets her blanket and lies down. She goes to sleep and dreams of Richard eating the never wake up berries. The stone head is covered in blood. He is drowning. A crab crawls out of his mouth.]]]
[[[Richard is in the doorway. He comes in and sits next to her.]]]
RICHARD: What is it?
EMMELINE: Richard! You ate the dud-and-berries, and-
RICHARD: No, no, Iím fine, you just had a bad dream.
EMMELINE: Oh donít ever leave me.
[[[She hugs him, then pulls back and looks into his face.]]]
EMMELINE: Promise you wont, promise youíll always be with me.
RICHARD: I promise
[[[She kisses him. He doesnít know what to do. He leans her down and keeps kissing her. He throws his leg over her and starts to roll on top of her. She grunts and pushes him off.]]]
[[[He sits on the floor, confused, as she sits on a bench.]]]