From the first moment he starts telling the story. It is like a ripe pomegranate that burst open to expose the story from within. It seems as if he had to wait for Nico’s arrival to break open the story.
Everything represents a story – you, me, us – each has a story. The universe tells a story, so much more than a series of accidentally atom formation. Our existence is a story, so much more than a planned, manipulated discourse that forces us to follow the pattern each day without even thinking about it.
'We are being treated worse than dogs, but with one big difference. If someone does something to a dog, all are concerned. If something happens to a seaman, it is not a problem for anyone', says the Captain. He is complaining about their lot while talking to Chris in the Durban harbour. They also talk about piracy, before he tells about the challenges of a seaman's life.