On the pebbled beach, she walks barefoot in the sand, carrying a basket of food.
She sits on the ledge, with one foot on it as she lets her other leg dangle.
By a hundred-year-old palm tree, she places a hand on her heart as she sings. She walks in the trail, palm trees towering over her.
She walks on the ledge, barefoot.
She then walks in the sand, her feet on the moistened sand as she touches the shore. She spins and continues her walk.
A boat travels the ocean.
By the shore, she and her husband clink their champagne glasses and drink to their new life together before digging into their breakfast of pineapple and watermelon. He takes her hand and holds it.
As the waves crash, they stand together and embrace. They kiss.
On their honeymoon, Evelyn “Champagne” King and her husband enjoy their breakfast on the secluded beach. After a year of planning, they are now married and have become family.
Even though they have seen each other all week, she decides they need to seperate and have a date. There, she falls in love with him all over again as much as she did on their first vacation together.
King is starry-eyed and blissful, living the moment she has been waiting to happen for several years. Her tender husband can’t take his hands off of her, kissing her everywhere he gets. The kiss on the shore will lead to an afternoon of lovemaking. She touches her belly and believes a baby will be there in soon.
Director: N/A Year: 1982
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