Island in the Sun

I spoke to him
on the phone, and I said-

You are, aren't you?
I am what?
In love with me?
Because that's what
I told my father on the-

I mean, l- I said I was in love with you,
and l- I assumed you were with me.

What did he say?

Couldn't wish me a happier fate.
- You know, it's not 24 hours
since we drove to Belfontaine.
- [Euan] I know.

You were going to Oxford.
This was just a short vacation.

Marriage isn't
what you want, Euan.

Well, it's true that when
I first came here...

I wasn't sort of looking
for anything that went deep.

No, a good time,
that was all I wanted.

But this morning,
when we drove back into town I thought-

If I lost you now,
I'd be a large fool.

As a matter of fact, I have an odd feeling,
you know, that my life wouldn't be-

Well, it'd be sort of empty if I went back
to England and you weren't there to go with me.

- Good morning.
- Good morning.

Your daughter's
just been proposed to, Mr. Fleury.

- By whom?
- Me, I'm afraid.

Euan, would you mind leaving?
I'd like to talk to my parents alone.

I'll see you later.
- Good-bye.
- Good-bye.

If you're in love with him, I see no reason
why you shouldn't accept him.

After all, you won't
be any hindrance...

as far as his going up to Oxford
and his career is concerned.

You haven't said yet whether
you are in love with him.

Oh. Yes, I think so.
I mean, very much.
But it's not quite that simple.
Euan has a name.

He has duties and obligations.
I have to be quite certain.