Sunday, April 19, 2015

JURASSIC PARK (1993): Nymphet [Teen] Sexual Innuendo?

I used to be a very naive person, but my naivety has waned since I began doing research on hebephilia\ephebophilia, and I wrote The Allure of Nymphets

I've recently become even less naive after reading Naiman's Nabokov, Perversely and Patridge's Shakespeare's Bawdy. However, I would like to get a second opinion on this matter. 

When a Vegasaurus happened upon Dr. Grant, Tim and Lex (Ariana Richards) in Jurassic Park (1993), Tim said, "It looks like it has a cold." However, since there are no visible signs of a cold, it's not apparent from the film how Tim was able to make that diagnosis. 

Thus, my question is, did Steven Spielberg spew the rich viscous fluid from the phallic Vegasaurus upon Ariana Richards' 14-year-old face as a sexual innuendo or as an attempt at comedy or both?