A Way Out (Part 2)

A Way Out (Part 2)

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  • She was being imprisoned in the most secure jail in the world, National Institution of Torture.
  • After half an hour, Mia heard a voice struggling, and she saw another person from her town being pulled and thrown into Mia's cell.
  • YOU 2 ARE FOOLS THAT DON'T DESERVE TO LIVE! GET ALONG UNTIL YOU'RE DEAD! REMEMBER THAT THERE WILL BE NO MERCY! HAHAHA!!!
  • After the soldier slammed the door with furiosity, Mia ran to the boy worried and asked what happened.
  • I'm fine thank y-... Wait. Aren't you Mia? From the Western town that got burnt?
  • Excuse me? Are you okay? Are you hurt?
  • This scene uses an extreme long shot to show the setting of where the main character/protagonist is in. It even shows the weather conditions.
  • Mia recognised that this boy, Rob, was from the same town that she used live in until it got brunt down.
  • Mike!? Please tell me you're okay. Does that sctratch hurt? Do you feel sick?
  • Overcaring as always, huh? More importantly, we gotta find a way to get out of this place before we get killed. you rest by the time I think of something.
  • This scene uses long shot to show the cell (room) and the set of characters which is the hero (Mia), the victim (the crying boy) and the villians (soldiers). This also shows that the soldier has more power over Mia and the boy.
  • Determined, Mia looked around the cell for anything that she can use. The toilet gave her an idea.
  • This scene uses a medium up shot to show the characters' emotions.
  • Mia was happy knowing that there is a high chance of her and Mike escaping. However...
  • ON YOUR FEET OR YOUR PINISHMENT WILL BE GRAVE!
  • This scene uses a long shot so it can show a part of a cell, dialogue and the charcters emotions
  • Please don't push yourself. We need that scar to stop bleeding. How about YOU take a rest by the I figure out something
  • Guess I can't stop you from talking unless I agree. Fine, however please find try to find a way out.
  • This scene uses an long shot.
  • Disgusting, but might be worth it. Time to prepare.
  • This scene uses an over-the-shoulder shot to show what is happening in the room.
  • Okay fine. *under breath* What did I do wrong?
  • Don't think you're not going with him. Hehe.
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