- Faith gets her babies back from social services
- She admits that she fancies the thug
- She squares up to the police woman who is her nemesis
- She confronts the Irish thugs
- She confronts her parents-in-law about their roles in the disappearance of her husband
- Her efforts are being thwarted by the gangster Irish and the corrupt police
- She repeatedly leaves her children alone in the middle of the night
- It dawns on her that her husband has been living a double life
- Her husband goes missing and she must find him
What does the character want?
- To find her husband
- To keep her children safe
- To get her children back
- To get answers from her husband
- To save her husband from possible calamity
- Who can she trust?
How does the character look at her own basic psychology?
- She is smart but makes uncharacteristic decisions for a smart person, but it turns out that withholding information from the police is the clever thing to do because they are the enemy
- She is cagey because she doesn’t know whom she can trust
The character’s superficial affect
- She is naïve; trusting and rightly so; tough; honest; strong personality; determined
Important physical characteristics
- Beautiful, smartly dressed, strong eye contact, sexy, carefree