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Introduction

Characters Rich Woman Ced - Precious Diamond Wilson Family (Poor - Bad Mother, and good daughter) Jo - Mrs. Charity Wilson (Bad Mother) Marie - Lucy Wilson (Good Daughter) Phillips (Poor - Good Mother and good daughter) Pearl - Grace Phillips (Good Mother) Kem - Niki Phillips (Good Daughter - Sociable) Policewoman Fows - PC Evans Boys Marie/ Ced - (Boy with AIDS) Akua, Maria, Kemesha, Fowsiya, and Joana - (Boy's Friends) Doctor Kem - Doctor Garrett Fows - Nurse Patients awaiting to see the doctor: 1. Marie - AIDS 2. Pearl - Cold 3. Ced - Broken Leg 4. Jo - High temperature Script A woman is astounded when she enters and glimpse the splendour of the room at the far corner of the wall, she can see a beautiful portrait. The furniture is made of the finest beach wood of dark mahogany. There is a couch slanted slightly to the left and it is filted with silken love cushions. There is a slight movement; she turns around to see her. Mrs Phillips: Oh you have a wonderful room, its so nice Miss Precious: Oh thank you Mrs Phillips: Emm, I just wanted to say thank you again for bringing us here, and looking after us, we are grateful, thank you so much. Miss Precious: Hey its ok, don't worry at all if you need anything, anything at all, just let me know, so what are we having for breakfast today then? Mrs Phillips: Anything you want Miss. In the Kitchen, Mrs Wilson with her daughter Mrs Wilson: (Mimicking) Anything you want miss Miss Precious: Ok I want coffee, you no my taste, no sugar, no milk, just hot coffee, and 2 toast, and biscuit, that's all. Mrs Wilson: No sugar, no milk, she think she is all that and she's got everything Lucy: Mum shush, she is a good woman, and she is helping us out, yeah. ...read more.

Middle

Cedella: Cedella, I need to see the doctor right now, I can't feel my leg. Nurse: Emm sorry, but he is with a patient, you will have to wait. (In the doctors room, he looks at the result of Nell, and calls in the nurse) Doctor: Nurse are you sure this is the correct result? Nurse: Yes, it is (Freeze frame in the waiting room) Doctor: Nell, sorry to say, but you are HIV positive Nell: Meaning? Doctor: Meaning you have AIDS (Everybody freezes) Nell: I have AIDS, no this is not possible, that bitch, that bitch, now what am I going to do? No, I can't die alone, I must spread this disease, I must take with me somebody, I don't care, I will die with somebody, a girl or a boy, I don't care. Noooooooooo. Scene 3 Left with no friends Nell (now Cedella) sets out to find a girl, he can go down with. He goes to Mrs Phillips, but he gets kicked out of the house immediately, he then heads off to Mrs Wilson Mrs Wilson: You again, I thought I would never see you again, after stealing my dress last time Nell: You must be mistaken, anyways, I have come in peace, I just want a good and beautiful girl like your daughter to go out with. Mrs Wilson: No, why would I give you my only daughter? (Nell puts his hand in his pocket and takes out �10) Nell: For this, this is just starters Mrs Wilson: Oh my god, wow Nell: Can I come in and see her Mrs Wilson: Of cos, come in darling Nell: Thanks, so where is she Mrs Wilson: Oh she has gone out to get something, but she will come soon, so lets talk about the money, how much will I get a day? Nell: A day? Let's make it a month, �20 Mrs Wilson: Yeah ok, that is great Nell: Ok I have to go now, but speak to her, so she will like me Mrs Wilson: Yeah of cos, ok bye then. ...read more.

Conclusion

So he went to Family B and he convinced the bad woman he was a changed boy now, and he only wants a nice daughter like her daughter to go out with which could possibly result in marriage. The bad woman was interested because the bad boy gave her some money to start with. So she forced her daughter to go out with her, and one day, when the bad woman had invited the guy over to their house, the bad woman ser off to give space, and as soon as the bad woman left, the bad boy raped the good girl, and after that he ran away, the girl cried, and cried and cried. And then the mum came home and found out what the boy had done and wept with her daughter "You are not alone". Before this occurred the daughter of family B had gone to family A's house to tell and convince her mum to stop the boy from seeing her, but the good woman got kicked out by the bad woman. Scene 3 So family B finds out that her daughter has AIDS when not long after the incident the boy dies of the dangerous virus. Also they learn that not only is the girl HIV positive, but she is also pregnant. So later the good girl dies whiles pregnant and they have a funeral. At the funeral, family A appears, and the bad woman, accused her of killing her daughter, and then the rich woman, after thinking straight decides to go back and bring the family A because they were the good ones. When she got there she asked what was going on and the good woman told her all that had happened since they came to the poor state, so as the rich woman deliver the good message to family A, she decides to give the bad woman another chance because she had just lose her daughter, and they all joined in and sung "heal the world". THE END ...read more.

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