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Storyboard Description

Person A is struggling with the pressures of schoolwork, but they would rather talk about it to someone that will not judge them because of their reputation for not being a good student. They take a token home, writing this, before returning to the wall and placing it on a ‘wants a reply’ hook. A few days later, they find that their token has been moved and that there is a reply, but instead of being helpful, the message written on it is inconsiderate. However, they notice that there is another token that was on the same hook, with a positive message, as well as a meeting time. Person A returns home, excited to meet the person who wrote the kind message.

Storyboard Text

  • Person A is struggling with the pressures of schoolwork, but they would rather talk about it to someone that will not judge them because of their reputation for not being a good student.
  • They bring the letter to the soup kitchen and put it in a box near the door.
  • Two days later, they get a call from Person B, a homeless person who has opened Person A’s invitation, and they have a casual conversation on the phone before Person A tells Person B their address.
  • On the specified night, Person B does not arrive.
  • The next day, Person A gets a call from Person B, and they organise for the dinner to happen another night...
  • ...the unsuccessful original night building their relationship further.
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