Island in the Sun

- Do you mind if we go?
- Now? But we've only just arrived.

We're all going down
to the club later.

I told Sylvia
I wasn't up to this party.

We can be social some other time.
Will you excuse us?

Mavis, Mr. Bradshaw, Colonel.
It's good to see you, David Boyeur.
It's nice seeing you again, Miss Norman.
- It's been a long time.
- Yes.

As a matter of fact,
you were 12 years old at the time.

It was a party given for the children
out at St. James lawn.

- And you won a prize.
- Oh, I did? What for?

The obstacle race.
I haven't been much
of a prizewinner since.

As a matter of fact, I remember
watching you from the kitchen window.

It wasn't much of a prize.
Lamb's tales from Shakespeare.

You've won bigger.
Oh, excuse me.
Just one more question, Mr. Boyeur.

What would you say
is the most important problem on the island?

Color, Mr. Bradshaw. Color.
Would you excuse me?
We'd better take the sea road.
Aren't you coming?
I feel like staying here for a while.
Beautiful night, don't you think?