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P13 JOHN TATE: GANGS & LEADERSHIP

SCENE 3:


P13 John Tate: "Richard, you're scared of, are you...?" (rhetorical question as he doesn't expect answer...highlights issue of gang & leadership as suggestion later that Richard has challenged him. Ellipsis to show question is not answered and that he might have had more to say)

P17 JOHN TATE: GANGS & LEADERSHIP

SCENE 3


P17 John Tate: "Richard steps forward, a little hesitantly" stage direction shows he is not that confident in challenging Tate.

P18 John Tate: Gangs (Threat)

SCENE 3


P18 John Tate: "I thought we were mates now" There is a threat implied by the statement (declarative). Tate would probably emphasise the word ‘thought’.

P18 Richard: Gangs & Leadership (impact on others)

SCENE 3


P18 Richard: “We are mates now, we –“ There is a pause (caesura), as he doesn’t finish his sentence as he is backing down and John Tate seizes the opportunity to move the conversation on and turns on to Danny (the one who wants to be a dentist). Richard is now silent until p24 when Phil tries to allocate him a role in the cover up “Richard you take Brian to the Head”

P19 John Tate: Leadership (controlling)

SCENE 3


P19 John Tate: “That just leaves you Brian you crying little piece of filth”


In the first part of scene 3 John Tate is making sure that the gang will stick together and not tell the truth to the police or an adult.He knows that he can frighten Brian and he makes him feel small with his use of nasty language

P21 Mark: Bullying

MID SCENE 3


P21 Mark: “Let us punch him… in the face”

P21 Mark: Bullying

MID SCENE 3


P21 Mark “Stubbed out cigarettes on him”

Phil: Leadership

END SCENE 3


Phil: “Richard you take Brian to the Head, tell him that you found him crying in the toilets

P26 Leah: Human Nature

SCENE 4


P26 Leah: “Empathy. That’s what bonobos have.”

P27 Leah: Attention

SCENE 4


P27 Leah: “She strangles herself until she is lying prone on the floor.” Stage direction

P32 Leah: Gangs

SCENE 6


P32 Leah: “Everyone’s working together. They’re a lot happier.

P37 Richard: Gangs

SCENE 7


P37 Richard: ”They’ve got DNA evidence linking him to the crime

P45 Jan: Gangs

SCENE 9


P45 Jan: “Cathy found him in the woods?

P47 Leah: Human Nature

SCENE 10


P47 Leah “Maybe being seen as heroes is making them behave like heroes

P50 Cathy: Human Nature/Power

SCENE 11


P50 Cathy “I threatened to gauge his eyes out.

P58 Phil: Leadership & Power

SCENE 11


P58 Phil: “I’m in charge. Everyone is happier. What’s more important: one person or everyone?"

Stage Direction: Gangs

SCENE 12


“Suddenly she stops chewing and spits the sweet out. Storms off”

P62: Youth

SCENE 13


P62: Jan “Gone?" Mark "Yeah" Jan "Gone?" Mark "Yeah."

P65 Richard: Gangs

SCENE 14


P65 Richard: “Come back, Phil."

Phil: Leadership

END SCENE 3


Phil: “and you (Brian) tell them a man showed you his willy in the woods