THE BLUE LAGOON

WRITTEN BY DOUGLAS DAY STEWART

BASED ON THE NOVEL BY H.D. STACPOOLE

TRANSCRIBED BY KENDRA STEINER

Columbia Pictures

The Blue Lagoon, in Pictures, Part 50, 1980

[[[She goes back to the hut. He is already there, throwing her things out the upstairs door]]]

EMMELINE: What are you doing? What are you doing?!

RICHARD: Itís my hut. I built it.

EMMELINE: Thatís not true, I helped you.

RICHARD: I did most of it. You can go find some other place to live.

EMMELINE: I said I was sorry, Richard, what more do you want me to say?

RICHARD: I donít want you to say anything! I donít ever want to see you again.

EMMELINE: You just wait, Richard Lestrange, Iíll get you for this!

[[[She grabs some of her things and storms off]]]

[[[She has built a shelter of sorts under a small rock ledge, with a rickety palm-frond ďwallĒ to shelter it from the rain. A fire there is smoking wildly in a torrent, and she sits huddled against the back wall of the cave, shivering.

Richard looks down from his perch on the covered porch of the hut and grins at her.]]]

[[[Emmeline sits on the beach, cooking a fish in a fire. Richard walks on the cliff overhead, carrying bananas. He throws a half-eaten one down on the beach and keeps walking.]]]


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