Island in the Sun

I meant to have a talk
with Euan when he arrived- father to son.

But I never did.
Now he's married.

Good-bye, sir.
[Plane Engine Hums]
There's the plane for England.
In the girl's case-
Does it work the other way around?

I mean, Denis Archer marries Margot.
Euan marries Jocelyn.

But, when it's the other way around,
does it make any difference?

Out here, yes.
How big is Santa Marta?
It's 50 miles long.

There are other countries.
My skin is my country.
Maybe the men looking at Margot
at some cocktail party in Bloomsbury...

or at a literary tea-
well, they'd envy Denis Archer.
Their own wives look sort of dull
when she walks into a room.

But if I were to walk in with you,
or a girl like you as my wife-

Do you care what stupid
and prejudiced people think?

You've never had to fight stupidity or prejudice.
Besides, I'd be a fool.

- Why?
- Because it would be inevitable.

What would be?
That night that she'd forget herself
and call me a nigger.

You can't mean that.
You can't possibly mean that!