This is the story board version of The Necklace.
Here is this pretty lady named Madame Loisel who wants to fit in with the rich. Who stands along side her is Monsieur Loisel. Monsieur isn't very rich, he works as a minor clerk in the Ministry of Education.
To make Madame fit in with the others, Monsieur decides to give her an invitation to the Ministration of Education with other famous people there as well. Instead of expecting a burst of joy, Monsieur receives a burst of tears because she doesn't have the right clothes to being there. Therefore, Monsieur loans her some money to buy a dress but wanted to get jewelry. So, she goes to her friends house and loans a very expensive necklace.
Madame had a very good time at the party. She would often be asked for her name as well as being asked to dance too. She danced very oddly, like she was a bit hung over when she danced. She had a very good time.
Unfortunately, Madame lost the expensive necklace that she loaned from her friend. Monsieur insisted to go outside and look for it. However, he didn't have any luck finding the necklace. As a result, both started to gather up their money to buy another necklace that was similar to the one they lost. The cost 40,000 francs but they could get it for 36,000.
She worked all day and night trying to pay off the 4,000 francs she still owed. She looked like an old woman, considering the facts that it's been ten years. Her husband on the other hand, would work in the evenings, balancing his tradesman account.
While, Madame was walking down the street to take a breather, she noticed her friend was across from her and decided to tell her about the whole necklace story. When she told her that she replaced the necklace, her friend asked if these were real diamonds on the necklace and Madame said yes. Then, her fiend told her that the old necklace wasn't real...
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