Murmuring Judges Act 1 Scene 5 part 1

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  • Act 1 Scene 5
    • Police charge room
    • Monologue - Sandra addresses audience
      • 'Most of them are people who simply can't cope' (with life)
      • Failures - word repeated throughout monologue
      • Policing is about paperwork
        • 'Policing's largely the fine art of getting through biros'
    • Parallels Act 2 Scene 3
    • Day after Gerard's conviction
    • Lester - Bureaucracy
      • 36 bits of paper
      • filling in paperwork in the way of work
      • Humour about forms - dry sense of humour
    • Keith makes allegations of Sandra planting drugs on him
      • Foreshadows Barry's actions
    • Keith - won't talk/stands on desk
    • Barry at his best
      • Sorts out Keith - gets results (pg. 27)
      • Foreshadows confession of Gerard's gang
    • Banter
      • Teamwork
      • Unity
      • Resolve in the face of a difficult task
      • Good humoured
      • Sarcasm
    • Sandra
      • Ambitious
      • 'Sandra's one of our high flyers'
      • Reads books/goes on courses
      • 'Even there you were studying'
      • Barry thinks Sandra is naive
    • Racism
      • Only mention solicitor's Asian decent
      • 'Abu ben Dhabi, or whatever he's called'
      • 'You're a bloody Taffy'
      • Jimmy's real name is Abdul
    • Had a big party at Gerard's expense - link to page 1

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