Summary Of 'A Defenseless Creature'

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A Defenseless Creature 2: The Woman Strikes Back!
By: Wesley Knipping, Sydney Lieske, Trent Espinoza, Josh Dafoe
Characters: Police Officer, Woman, Kistunov
Setting: The next day at the bank.
At rise: The bank has all the lights off, Kistunov is hiding in the corner, suddenly there is a knock.
Woman: (knocking) Kistunov! I know you’re in there!
Kistunov: (breathing heavily, rocking back and forth) We’re closed! Good day!
(There is an intense thud on the door)
Woman: (yelling and banging the door with a rock) Kistunov I have an appointment!
(Kistunov creeps closer to the wall)
Kistunov: (shouting)Police! Police! Help!
(There is a whistle in the distance)
Police Officer:(raises his stern voice) Ma’am please step away from the door!
Woman: Please
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She is a monster. Didn’t you just see her trying to break in?
Woman: He beat me and stole my handbag!
Police Officer: Woah, calm down.
Kistunov: (explaining what happened the day before): I’m telling you she’s mad!
Police Officer: Go on, keep talking.
Kistunov: (stuttering) She made us give her money when we didn’t owe her anything! She’s a professional criminal!
Woman: A poor defenseless creature like me would never do such a thing. I stay only in my house and watch over my ill husband.
Police Officer: (in a hushed voice) Aww I am very sorry to hear that. I hope your husband gets better soon.
Kistunov: (shouting at the top of his lungs) DID YOU NOT JUST HEAR ANYTHING I SAID!?!?
Police Officer: There is no need to shout, obviously this woman is going through some tough times.
Kistunov: (face is now red with hatred) Arrest her! Arrest her!
Police Officer: There is no need to, she has not done anything wrong. Good day and good bye.
(The police officer walks away)
Woman: Where is my letter of recommendation for my husband?
Kistunov: Fine, I will get that right away but you must leave right after.
(The woman gets the letter for her husband.)
Woman: God bless you!
(The two never see each other ever again)
The

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