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You deserve to be alone...
We began our scene with Sofia sitting on a chair in the middle of us, as we surrounded her in different positions, as a circle. Then, one by one, we began to walk up to her and whisper, slowly, a rude and hurtful comment, such as "You're all alone, you deserve to be alone. Sofia's facial expression was sad and melancholy, as she had just read many intimidating insults.
We then started to repeat the word 'Freak', as we moved around her in a circular motion to show that she feels trapped. Saying the comments, implies that we are the voices of the bullies that she is reading off of her phone, in her mind, as we are thought-tracking her. Repeating one word, engraves the word into their mind, resulting in her believing that she really is a 'freak'.
Suddenly, during our 'freak' chorus, the victim shouted 'STOP!', accentuating that she could not take the cyber bullying any more. As she screamed, the 'voices' collapsed to the floor, seeming defeated... After we had collapsed, she slowly, but casually, walked towards the right, thinking that everything was over and the bullying had stopped.
Walking away, we gradually creeped up behind her and formed a line, grabbing her and pulling her backwards and forwards, displaying the sense of her pulling back and the shift in power changing throughout her cyber bullying 'journey'. Then, we let go as we lent forward, causing her to fall, releasing our bullying 'string', holding her back.
After Sofia fell, the bullies formed a straight line behind her, once again portraying that she thought that the bullies had gone. However, they were hiding behind her, representing that they were hiding behind the screens of their phones, the root of cyber-bullying.
Our scene concluded in the victim saying 'i'm a...', and all of us joining in, finishing the sentence with 'Freak', and Sofia falling to the floor. This left the question of whether the culprit was asleep, or committed suicide, due to the pressure of cyber bullying. Moreover, the last part states the bullies are never really gone, they are still there, in every country all over the World.
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