05-10-2009, 06:52 AM
Meanwhile, Mina had 'abandoned' Diego because Amira had been called in to work on something. While Mina hadn't really been too concerned about the noises in the vent -any prisoner who was up there was most likely trying to avoid people, and a worker was harmless-, Amira was scared outta her mind.
The difference between Mina and Amira was dramatic, almost comical. I magine a tomboyish actor going onstage and playing a girly-girl, and you have the sudden switch in personality. The way she walked, gestured, and behaves was differwent. Amira spoke with a higher and softer tone of voice. Unfortunately, this made her an easy target, so Mina waited by to take over in case that happened.