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Park hangout: As the group decide to meet up in this scene, they introduce themselves one by one and explain a bit about them. However when Alex tries to join in, she feels left out and ignored. She starts to feel like an outcast as she thinks her friends are treating her differently.
Detention 2: As none of the characters re-did the homework that was set, they all end up in detention once again. However this time each of them try to give the teacher an excuse of why they never completed the re-draft. They end by depicting that 'they didn't do their homework cause they can never get it right!'
Group Chat 3: In this scene, once again all of the characters are at their homes on the group chat, however this time they're talking about a cinema outing. Alex explains she doesn't like horrors and as the others tell her she doesn't has to come she feels unwanted. Her phone continuously keeps going off, making her feel different negative emotions.
Sister's heart to heart: Juliet notices Alex is acting strange so asks her what's going on. Alex goes on to explain all these feelings her group of friends are making her feel. Juliet assures her that she is none of the things she feels she is; such as 'pathetic' and 'unwanted', and afterwards Alex feels a lot better.
Friends coming round: Bridget, Ava and Ollie all come to the twins house and ask Juliet if she's ready, Juliet explains that Alex has been feeling down and all of the friends explain that they didn't mean to hurt her. They then ask Alex if she'd like to come cinema and they'll watch a different film, not a horror.
Information: This scene isn't necessarily apart of the story-line, however it is extremely important. This scene has each person telling different facts about the topics in the piece. They also explain how they can get help if they go through any of the issues the characters, (particularly Alex), went through in the story.
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