Updated: 2/19/2021

Storyboard Text

  • setting
  • Character
  • Anything, (the Russian said) not to be alone.
  • Theme
  • Keep me company, please.
  • "imagine what people were dreaming of in the development towns among the border, arab villages, immigrant absorbtion centers"
  • Plot
  • I'll just mop up the blood. A good sponge and it'll be like it never was
  • Sergei is a round, dynamic, protagonist. Sergei is a wise, but lonely character who is incredibly selfless, only using his wishes for others benefit.
  • Conflict
  • I've been saving it. Saving it for something.
  • The theme is that the most important thing in life is a friend. This is because in the story, Sergei was so scared of loosing his friend that he killed a boy just so he didn't have to be alone.
  • Point of View
  • Sergei Goralick doesn’t much like strangers banging on his door. Especially when those strangers are askinghim questions.
  • The climax of the story is when Sergei has the choice to use his last wish to bring the boy back to life, or if he wants to save it.
  • I can restore him, I can bring him back to life.
  • In the story, Sergei is faced with a man vs. self conflict. He is forced to make two decisions: let Yoni die and use his wish on what he wants or use his last wish to save Yoni.
  • If, on this, you won't waste a wish , then tell me, Sergei, what is it good for?
  • The Point of View in the story is 3rd Person Limited Omniscient. The focus on the thoughts and emotions mainly focus on one character at a time, switching between Sergei and Yoni.