I could've gotten the job but they clearly said that they only hire non-smokers.
I can't believe you didn't get the job. You were so good at it.
Should I tell her...
I can't believe smokers don't get the same opportunities to those who don't smoke.
Nadia went for a job interview that she was looking forward to but didn't get the job because she was a smoker. Technique: Emotion is used so the audience can feel her empathy
Nadia's friend, Emily was worried as she applied for the same job and got it. She hadn't told Nadia about this. Technique: Emotion and Body language as her expression is worried because her hands are on her face and how her eyes and eyebrows touch each other.
Emily tells Nadia about the job. Nadia gets frustrated as too why a smoker can't get the same job a non-smoker. Technique: The technique used is body language and emotion to show to show that the person is angry.
Maybe your right. I should give it a shot.
Nadia goes outside and lights a cigarette. She thinks about what would happen if she gets rejected from another job interview because she smokes. She hates herself for smoking in the first place. Technique: The facial expression used tells us that she is disappointed with herself and upset.
Emily came outside and took the cigarette of Nadia's hand, suggesting she should give up smoking. Technique: Emotion is used to show the audience how the characters feel.
I think you should try and quit smoking.
Nadia and Emily starting making baby steps for her to quit smoking. Nadia knew it won't be easy but she would give it a go for a healthier lifestyle. Technique: A short sentence is used to deliverer a message quickly and clearly to the audience.