A.I.C - The Inspector's Final Speech
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"One Eva Smith has gone - but there are millions and millions and millions of Eva Smiths and John Smiths still left with us."
Director Notes: Stands up and not only faces the Birling's but the audience aswell - proving the importance of his speech Also sits on left side of table - left wing represents socialism
Director Notes: Red spotlight on inspector - represents socialism Stands in the middle - represents the wall dividing capitalism and socialism and the wall the other characters need to cross
Director Notes: Police badge taken off and placed on the table - represents that he is not a real police inspector
Director Notes: Sheila and Eric(the younger generation) are standing on the left side of the table wearing red clothes to represent that they are separate from their parents and have more socialist views. Th older Birling's stand on the right in blue clothes showing they have not changed and still; have capitalist views.
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