Meredith Barnes Story Board

Meredith Barnes Story Board

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  • Tom vs Gatsby
  • I must look sad on the outside, but on the inside I am so happy! I love all the attention!
  • Well guess what old sport? Daisy never loved you. For five years we shared a secret love that you never knew about. We did not have to be with each other to feel it. Daisy only married you so she wouldn't be lonely while I was at war.
  • That is where you are wrong. Daisy loved me when we were first married, even if it was for my money. I do not know what she did five years ago, but the only way she ever talked to you is if you were her errand boy. She never loved you, only wanted someone to pay her attention.
  • These people are insane... I love it!
  • What have I gotten myself into... I must reserve all judgements.
  • Gatsby vs Society
  • This is my moment to gain a title and win back Daisy.
  • What are we even doing here in the first place?
  • I really don't want this Gatsby guy coming, and who is the other guy? I mean can't this guy take a hint.
  • Gatsby really thinks he is cool and powerful enough to hang with us. Wow!
  • Why is Gatsby so blind to other's true intentions?
  • Daisy vs Self
  • I just don't know who I can trust anymore, Tom or Gatsby. I thought Gatsby was the guy who had it all, but how did he get it all? Tom won't ever love me, he loves the golden girl, I do not know what to do.
  • During this scene Nick, Tom, Daisy, and Jordan are all together in one hot, sweaty room. Tom shares all of Gatsby's secrets and lies, but Gatsby fights back. He claims Daisy never loved him and that all of her life with him she thought of Gatsby. They treat Daisy like some prize to be won and not a human being.
  • In this scene Tom arrives with two other East Eggers and Gatsby eagerly welcomes them into his home. He desperately tries to become close with them in hopes that they will help him achieve the one thing he needs, a title. Gatsby wants everyone to believe he has a title and is the high class educated people that East Eggers are built up to be. This leads to Gatsby's failure of the American Dream, in how he is blinded by his desire to succeed that he can't see that these people do not want him. This once again puts Gatsby versus society, always telling him he will never be good enough or smart enough.
  • Daisy is constantly fighting with herself. She doesn't know if she can let herself love anyone because what if they learn the real her. She thought she loved Gatsby, but with the whisper of illegal actives by him she goes running. At this scene Daisy hears the voices, but with every word she closes herself off even more and struggled with the choices she was about to make. She has already failed Gatsby and now she is about to go kill someone only to blame it on him. At this point, however, we learn that Daisy does struggle with herself, and the decisions she makes, and maybe a part of her does love both Gatsby and Tom.
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