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  • They noticed that their son had eaten what they thought was a poisonous berry and they assumed the worst and joined in

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      The Blue Lagoon, directed by Randal Kleiser is rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America. The original release date was July 5, 1980 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Adventure/Drama/Romance and stars Brooke Shields as Emmeline and Christopher Aktins as Richard.

      With their ship on the verge of exploding, three relative are forced to take refuge of a small boat. Richard, his father and his cousin Emmeline are washed ashore on a deserted island far away from


      civilization. After a while, the father passed away, leaving the two youngsters to fend for themselves. They adapt to their surrounds, build a make-shift home of out the islands foliage and gear up for a long stay on the island.

      They grow up with each other and adult feelings started to set in, bearing in mind that these two are cousins. That didn’t stop them from exploring their sexuality and it developed into a deep relationship. As time passed and they kept on doing ...


      • what they were doing, Emmeline got pregnant.

        While searching for food one fateful day, Emmeline and child got accidentally swept out by the tide into deep waters without the ores for the boat. Richard swam to their rescue but things got abit technical at that point. They encountered a shark and ended up losing the second ore.

        Now continuing to be swept away into deeper oceam waters, the three are now in harms way as they cannot get back to dry land. They noticed that

        their son had eaten what they thought was a poisonous berry and they assumed the worst and joined in. After they consumed the alleged poison berry, are were adrift for what seemed like days, they were found by a passing ship.

        This movie is deep in ways it is hard to explain. You would have to watch the movie to make your own decision on the merit of the entire film and what morals it is offering, if any. I guess it’s all good entertainment. Enjoy!




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