Romeo And Juliet Essay

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October 19th, 2014Maryam HussainThe Bright Blue Mailbox Suicide Note"Unexpected Confessions"Character List KEN: Ken is described as a young adult, around the age of eighteen but could be mistaken as much younger due to his short physique. He has a stocky built that makes him appear as a hard core athlete in either baseball or football. Ken has light blonde hair that is in a buzzed cut, army style and dark grey eyes that almost seem blue in the sunlight. Ken has a slightly dark tan all year proving that he is more of an outdoor person. Ken is also very good at masking his emotions thus proving how long it took for all his friends to figure out about his suicidal thoughts. Ken is a person with ...view middle of the document...

His friends make light of it but Jake becomes obsessed with finding out who wrote it and why it was in his mailbox. The note creates conflicts and distance between the group of friends and they separate from each other due to Ken's confession. Everybody starts to think differently causing nobody to agree with each other, revealing each of their true feelings and opinions of the situation. Eventually, everybody starts to realize that they are drifting apart and try to fix themselves. This causes Jake to finally realize the truth about the note and who he was supposed to be there all along.SummaryThis scene takes place where BeeBee works in the main lobby of the 'Crisis Centre'. The room is filled with positive messages on large posters and wallpapers. The walls are painted in a faint soothing blue color that helps lift the moods of patients or visitors. There are chairs lined up against the wall in the waiting area with a coffee table in the centre filled with magazines and a small bowl filled with candies on top. In front of the waiting area there is a receptionist's desk and a counter filled with brochures and sign-up sheets. The environment of the lobby is somewhat busy with phone calls and the movement of patients/visitors during Ken and Bee Bee's conversation. Ken and BeeBee are faced away from the others talking to each other over the receptionist desk.SettingThis Conversation between Ken and BeeBee takes place at the Crisis Centre where BeeBee works. They are talking over the receptionist's desk near a large window for a few minutes. Then they move towards another part of the room with two chairs facing away from the rest of the lobby. The sun's rays shine through the windows surrounding causing a golden glow around them. They remain that way until Ken decides to leave.KENKen walks through the door of the Crisis Centre.(Surprised voice)(Camera zooms in a Long Shot of Ken standing in the lobby of the Crisis Centre)"BeeBee, what are you doing here?"BEEBEEBeeBee looks up from her work on the desk with a shocked expression then laughs.(Laughing)(Camera zooms in a Medium Long Shot of BeeBee to show her upper body from the receptionist desk)"What does it look like? I work here."KENKen starts to look around awkwardly, clears his throat and steps forward.(Camera zooms in a Close up Shot of Ken's face)"Uh…well why didn't you tell me or the rest of us that you work here?"BEEBEEBeeBee spreads her arms and gestures around the room.(Camera zooms in a Medium Shot of BeeBee)"Well, why don't you just look around? This is not something you broadcast about to everyone. Besides, I like to keep some parts of my life private."KENKen is shown nervously looking away trying to think of something to say to fill up the awkward silence.(Camera zooms up a Close Up of his face)BEEBEEBeeBee starts to notice and starts to get worried.(Camera is taken at an Over the Shoulder shot of Ken over BeeBee's shoulder.)"Ken, are you alright? You don't look okay. What are...

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