Approved | | Comedy, Drama
In the film, the character Kay McWade, mentions her teenage fantasy "book" crush was on Dick Heldar, the protagonist in Rudyard Kipling's novel, "The Light That Failed." A major plot point in the novel is Dick Heldar's unrequited love of a orphaned girl he grew up with named: Maisie.
"So, so, wah wah, Dr. Shane." That's pigeon English for: Very, very bad.
Dr. Michael Shane: What's the matter? They cut the water off in your bathroom?
Maisie Ravier: I wouldn't know. I didn't look.
When Dr. Shane is trying to hold off the natives at the end, Maisie comes out and does some magic tricks - a color-changing scarf, and cards appearing from nowhere. Dr. Shane tells her to do more, and she says that's all she has. Yet earlier, she was doing a trick with a disappearing ball. And later she comes out doing a water trick.