Callum is speaking to the audience. He has just watched his father be
START: We could have torn down Hewmett Prison brick by brick. We would’ve. I turned to where they were sitting.
END: Waiting for the pain inside to dampen down. Waiting for the world around me to turn multicoloured again. Instead of blood red.
Malorie Blackman & Dominic Cooke, Noughts & Crosses, NHM Modern Plays, electronic edition, 2014, pp.74-75.
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