Daniel's Miscommunication

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The Persian man, Farhad, hired a Hispanic locksmith, Daniel, to fix the lock of his shop. Daniel finishes the task and suggests for the whole door to be changed after observing how fragile it seemed to be. Both characters enter a miscommunication that results for the Persian man to call the Hispanic locksmith a "cheater" which forced him to leave. Above all, Farhad represents Frustration and Scapegoat after the various racial harassment him and his family encounters by blaming Daniel for having his store robbed. His frustration causes him to grab a gun, hunt Daniel down and to point a gun at the man he blamed. When in truth, he was at fault for refusing to comply with the suggestion of having his door changed that he lost the store his whole
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