EXT. SWEEPING HILLS. DAY.
A ragdoll, FLO, carefully places a toy brick onto a small,
organised pile of more building blocks.
She steps back to admire her handiwork – a house made from
There’s a rumble. The ground shakes. Flo gasps.
A toy TANK thunders over the hill, straight through Flo’s
house, leaving a huge hole in both walls.
The remnants of her house shake and wobble, scaffolding
collapsing around it.
Domestic violence destroys the
lives of 1 in 4 women.
Flo tries desperately to hold it in place but to her
horror the house crumbles into pieces.
Flo emerges from a pile of rubble, visibly distressed.
Flo tries moving a big chunk of blocks but they’re too
heavy. She slumps, dejected.
A yellow TEDDY (female or genderless, not male) puts an
arm round Flo. Determined, Flo picks herself up.
Flo points at the rubble, directing the bear to the big
chunk of blocks. Together, they manage to move it.
Refuge are here to support women,
every step of the way.
The bear shows Flo how to use superglue like cement.
Flo starts rebuilding the house brick by brick, with glue.
Rebuilding lives, creating new futures.
Flo’s house quickly looks better, and stronger, than ever.