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Act 3: Climax
Act 1: Exposition
In Denmark, Hamish's father had died and a stranger (Lisa) tells Hamish that she had seen Clouse poison Hamish's father and that Clouse has now proposed to Georgia (Hamish's Mother).
Act 4: Falling Action
Hamish then feels that his resolution is to seek justice in the court of law. Though he questions the accuracy of the conversation he had with Lisa.
Throughout the rising action Hamisht rambles on about how he will find out who killed his father and will take it as far as he can to make sure that the murderer will serve for what misery and pain he has put himself through. Though Hamish does this in front of Clouse to see his reaction to prove his guilt or innocence.
Act 2: Rising Action
Clouse starts to get very agitated and starts to get defensive and tells Hamish that he will help him to catch the murderer as he is a police officer. Though when Clouse storms out of the room he mumbles to himself confessing the murder and that hes hopes that he could be forgiven, as he is a Constable at the police station, though Hamish had overheard Clouse and is now furious and just wants to seek revenge.
Clouse finds out that Hamish and Amelia are close and uses Amelia to get to Hamish. Causing Amelia to go through confusion and leading her to her own insanity. Though when Amelias brother liam finds out about Amelias death and blames Hamish for her death and Hamish's fathers death. Therefore Liam decides to go into court and testify that Hamlet killed Liams sister and his own father..
In court Liam testifies againts Hamlet as Hamlet does the same to Clouse. Which leads into the judge coming to the decision that Clouse is guilty. Though Lisa decides to testify and Clouse gets found guilty. Hamlet leaves Denmark and decides to change his name so he can start fresh. Then Clouse's police station gets taken over by another Constable and more police recruits.
Act 5: Denounment
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