Lord Septic is determined to find the long lost gold owned by Lady Gatsby. Lady Gatsby was murdered by his father. Lord Septic buys the railway line in the hope of finding the gold. Meanwhile, Rose who is blind comes to sell flowers to help her sick mother. Lord Septic instructs Crouch to get her out of the station. He takes her flowers and throws them onto the tracks. Percy. Who is a young orphan comes to her rescue but he is knocked down by Lord Septic. Lord Septic and Crouch then tie Rose to a railway track. She finds about Percy’s true identity and the gold. Percy is the heir to the Gatsby gold and is known as Sir Percy. Percy saved her. Lord Septic loses everything.
- Greed and Materialism
- Justice prevails
- Pride goes before fall
- Greed is destructive
- Innocence and beauty
- Love conquers all
The Wind-blown Rose Petals
• As it commonly represents, in our poster, Rose
too symbolises love relationships.
• Love blossoms between Percy and the main
female character, whose name is Rose as well.
• In displaying rose petals, hence a double trick is
• However, it again brings another symbolic
meaning. Many are unaware that roses actually
signifies success and have been used as a symbol
of superior merit since ancient England.
Therefore, by designing the rose to fall in
petals and are wind-blown (no roots, no
future), again it brings us back to the ending
of the text, where Lord Septic fails to get the
Gatsby Gold, and is sent to the police station.
The Railway Station
• Represents the one and only setting where the
plotline of the whole drama evolves around with.
Be it Lord Septic’s flashbacks of memory, or the
current happening situation, the New Station is
the setting where every event in the drama takes
• As can be seen, the only source of the light for
the whole poster is from the railway station,
signifying that hope and goodness despite all
cruelty and greed, and also that Happy Ending
ultimately takes place, where Percy proposes to
Rose and Rose agrees (in lightning speed).