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Crime drama storyline At the beginning of the play, a girl (Sarah) stands alone. She looks depressed standing on the very top of a New York building. She jumps to her death.

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Crime drama storyline At the beginning of the play, a girl (Sarah) stands alone. She looks depressed standing on the very top of a New York building. She jumps to her death. At the same time, a man (John) is running through a very busy, crowded place. He pushes and bangs the people out of his way. After a while, he hides in a train station corridor. He is very breathless. Everywhere you hear cars cop with siren soundings chasing after him. Luckily for John they could not follow him in to the crowd. The next day, he is with his crew. The gang's inside a shopping mall in a jewelry shop. ...read more.

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However, Sarah isn't bothered about his past because she is madly in love with him. After being together for few months, they decide to live together. A few weeks pass and things don't really seem to be working out right and Sarah begins to notice John's unusual behaviour. This is when she finds out that he is a gangster. Sarah is heartbroken. They have a big argument and Sarah threatens John with calling the cops. Early that morning Sarah packs her bag and leaves him. A detective (Bob) meets Sarah at the club. Sarah is totally drunk and not in her right mind. Bob goes over to her and tries to chat to her. ...read more.

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Meanwhile, John and his gang are ready to escape. Bob follows the cops, bangs the door and it opens by itself. The fight begins. John's gang and the cops are shooting at each other, sadly John's gang members all die. Now John seems really lost, he grabs all the guns and runs away. While he's running, he gets shot by Bob and the cops. John collapses and dies. When Sarah switches on her television, she sees Bob with the cops and realizes that he is a detective. She screams out loud. She phones Bob and asks him to meet her at midnight; Bob arrives, Sarah points the gun towards Bob and shoots him. She has a broken heart and sees no way out. The thought of life in prison is too much for her to handle, killing herself is the only option! ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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