Influenced by the ending of the third Pirates of the Carribean movie: At World's End. After the credits, a scene shows Elizabeth Swan with a child next to her, awaiting the return of her husband, who is forced to spend ten years at sea. This piece was orrigionally written to convey the anticipation the boy must have felt....awaiting the father he had only heard amazing stories of. I noticed that at this scene, this ship that bears the beloved father and husband still shows the sign of corruption its previous owner had bestowed upon it, indicating that the loved family member may also have corrupted his purpose. The scene ends with a look of fear quickly taking over the face of the man's wife.
(Not really, but wouldn't I win an oscar for something like this?!?!?!?!)