It's not really called that, and this isn't the scene in the film that I think of when I think of this bit of the Vangelis score. But this patch isn't on the soundtrack album, and this is the second scene that uses the refrain. The one that comes to mind is when the now improbable, then wildly-hot-together co-stars Mel Gibson and Sigourney Weaver duck out of an embassy party in Jakarta and drive off into the night, breaking through roadblocks, being shot at, kissing in the car..She takes his cigarette and throws it out the window with the same erotic flair that she pulls him to her in this scene in the hallway. I recall reading Pauline Kael's review at the time the film came out () and she said something about 'her giant hands taking control of his head...' but better. I gotta find that review. Seeing the film now, after I've read a dozen Graham Greene novels, it's clear what a riff it is on his territory, and Greene has a more snap and edge with his narratives. But Peter Weir, Weaver and Gibson are all doing their sexiest work. Weaver's so uninhibited, and Gibson is both unbelievably lovely and unimpeachably masculine.