The Big Blue script
The Big Blue (1998)
Synopsis: Director Luc Besson is famous for his imaginative visual technique and breathtaking action sequences. One of the most stunningly beautiful films ever made, "The Big Blue" features gorgeous underwater photography and spectacular location shooting in the French Antibes, the Greek islands, Peru, and Taormina in Sicily. But it is the emotional intensity of the film experience and mystical themes of the story that have made it a cult phenomenon.

JACQUES:

Ok. I'll get it, but no fighting,

all right?

The two boys nod as they point to the coin.

JACQUES:

We'll split it.

FIRST BOY:

You can't split a coin. That's

stupid.

SECOND BOY:

He's right. You're stupid.

The pope smiles.

JACQUES:

Then we'll buy something and split

that.

SECOND BOY:

A helicopter...

JACQUES:

It's a small coin.

FIRST BOY:

A Ferrari.

SECOND BOY:

I don't want a Ferrari... What is

it?

JACQUES:

(interrupting them)

Maybe a little radio.

The two boys look at each other.

JACQUES:

Well. We'll decide later. The

light is going.

SECOND BOY:

I get the radio from after school,

until midnight.

FIRST BOY:

Since when do you stay up until

midnight?

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Luc Besson

Luc Besson is a French film director, screenwriter, and producer. He directed or produced the films Subway, The Big Blue, and Nikita. more…

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