rogermart wrote: ↑
Mon Aug 13, 2018 9:06 pm
But we know that they drugged/kidnapped her. She doesn't know.
She still thinks that this is the result of her drinking, and why wouldn't she, she was drunk when she went to Brazil with Senna, when she slept in Alex's room, and of course, her drunkness (and Lavali) went with Domenico to do "nakies" on an island and when she woke up and fell to the water she said "Not again", so for her to think that this was once again result of her drinking is now a normal thought.
Let's see now if she remembers what really happened.
Except she's usually known she was drinking when she finally came too. In this case her last memory is going to be of having an argument with Zoe and not getting into a close relationship with a bottle.
There's also the hanging question of what is the point of plan 37-b. If it's to kick Sandra out of the agency a simple "you're fired" would have sufficed. If it was to teach her a lesson then they could have done that just as easily in Paris without the need to go through the effort to get her drugged
, kidnapped and sent on an Intercontinental flight.
1. Sandra doesn't know Marie's contact
2. She was chloroformed before she got the chance to do anything.
3. As rogermart pointed out, Sandra's short-term memory is shoddy.
Even ignoring the preceding points, how is she supposed to get back to Paris? Ask Marie to ask her new agent for a favor? That'd be a major imposition on someone she's never met. On the other hand, there might be a job opening at her old establishment and, assuming the management hasn't changed, she knows the boss.
Given both options, which one seems more likely ?
1) She only has to ask. I'm assuming of course that Sandra has Marie's phone number and doesn't mind calling long distance.
2) Doesn't stop her doing anything now.
3) Perhaps but unless she can't function at all then she should be able to remember something of what happened prior to being chloroformed. And if her memory is so bad that she can't then she should probably be in hospital drying out rather than working as a model.
As for getting back to France I 'm guessing, unless the agency added to their list of crimes by stealing them, that Sandra has a passport and enough money for a plane flight so it really shouldn't be that hard for her to get there once she's spoken to Marie. As a Canadian she presumably had permission to work and live in France. In which case she won't even need a visa. It's not like she has to get there by cruise ship or swimming.