The film stars Brooke Shields and Christopher Atkins. The film tells the story of two young children marooned on a tropical island paradise in the South Pacific. With neither the guidance nor the restrictions of society, emotional and physical changes arise as they reach puberty and fall in love. The film contained substantial sexual content. The film was panned by the critics, who disparaged its screenplay, execution, and Shields's performance; however, Almendros's cinematography received praise.
Sexualized Innocence: Revisiting The Blue Lagoon | Chaz's Journal | Roger Ebert
The horny, expository melodrama makes for an awkward watch that becomes more interesting when considering the context of its star. Shields had the dubious achievement of winning the very first Razzie Award for Worst Actress for her role. In the '70s, of course, Shields was famous for being so beautiful and so young. When it comes to the depiction of burgeoning sexuality, "The Blue Lagoon" wants to have it both ways. They learn it the hard way, obviously. By couching sexuality in primitive purity, "The Blue Lagoon" gets away with perversion that would likely be even more controversial today.
All of the galleries displayed on our site are hosted by websites that are not under our control. The linked galleries are automatically gathered and added into our system by our spider script. Thumbnails are automatically generated from the pictures. The list of related phrases is also based on surfers search queries. We take no responsibility for the content on any website which we link to.
This is purely a voyeur mode just for fun. Other Changes: Most girls will be less likely to cheat on tests, but if you catch them cheating their grades will be docked harder. Added new and randomized whimpering sounds when girls get expelled. Added new animation and sounds for the "front" spanking.