The Blue Lagoon, 1980

Brook Shields and Christopher Atkins were two perfect stars, this is the second version of the movie Blue Lagoon. I watched two versions, this one and Return to the Blue Lagoon, 1991, both movies are wonderful. Worth your time for sure, the note i give is 20. They are very close to the angels of paradise. I can say it. I know what you can say, ah, but if were kids of another color the result could be the same, what is more important is the environment, for me, i can say, the education is very important, but it depends also of the genetic, because they were of the same race, but with different behaviours. It’s in the heart. A kind of perfect time of what is right and what is wrong. I believe also that to be living with a lot of people greatly alters the behavior judged normal. They start to copy each other and we loose the naturality.

She was with a BIG heart, in my opinion better character than Richard. He also was innocent. It’s really fun to see how they were so good, in the ignorance we find innocence. In the good sense of the word. Without perversion, I speak here of the perfect environment without interference from bad people.

I want to prove here scientifically that good people are like them and that we should be rather demanding on issues of friends, people and behaviors. Leave the question of religion, they both believed in God and Heaven and were surrounded by little friends, animals that communicated with them. It was very lovely to see the perfection and total harmony of nature. The couple, the food, the animals and God’s reaction. Yeah, it’s the big surprise, the Sky also was communicating with them. The most interesting, they were not totally aware. They felt instinctively but they never talked about it.

The Blue Lagoon is a 1980 American romantic survival drama film directed by Randal Kleiser from a screenplay written by Douglas Day Stewart based on the 1908 novel of the same name by Henry De Vere Stacpoole. The film stars Brooke Shields and Christopher Atkins. 
Return to the Blue Lagoon is a 1991 American South Seas romantic adventure film directed and produced by William A. Graham and starring Milla Jovovich and Brian Krause. The film is a sequel to The Blue Lagoon (1980). The screenplay by Leslie Stevens was based on the 1923 novel The Garden of God by Henry De Vere Stacpoole.
One of several funny scenes was this one, in which they didn’t know all the Christmas music, so they sang in fragments they had in their memory.

In my opinion, the original Girl in the Island must to be this one or someone very close to her, i met a family in Bulgaria that has two girls that are very similar to this one, i met them like child. They are living like poors there. They look like the same age. Who came first? Or this girl was found this age and they found Brook Shields to represent her the adult phase and another little girl like her to make the childhood.
This is really Brook Shields, so this mean that they really did the movie based in a real story.

One of the most beautiful scenes.

Define Perfection. Who wants to live in that island?
This hair is like the Angel’s hair. Richard Atkins Before and After.
She is Beautiful! Inside and Outside. For a world with more Brookshields.
Christopher Atkins at Hemsley Hotel – February 13, 1982 at Hemsley Hotel in New York City, New York, United States. (Photo by Ron Galella/Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images)

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