The quad that seemed strongest for the overall story was Desire/Ability/Inequity/Equity.
My own initial reaction was that the Problem was Inequity -- the Cypriots are living in an unjust situation.
But I think the real problem is Desire -- they want to go home, but they can't.
So for the OS:
Focus: Inequity -- everyone is focused on this injustice they've suffered
Direction: Equity -- we have to find a way to restore some kind of balance/justice
Problem of Desire: everyone wants something (mostly to go home)
Solution of Ability: they don't have the ability to go home
If you accept, as I have argued, that Petros is a change character, then for the MC throughline you have:
Focus: Thought -- he deliberates the logical and emotional aspects of getting Joanna until ...
Direction: Knowledge -- he goes to Varosha to learn for recover the actual truth of what happened there
Problem: Desire -- he is driven by his desire to get Joanna, to get home, etc. (problem of Desire seems very strong for him)
Solution: Ability -- when the boat sinks, he realizes he doens't have the ability to bring back the past
For the IC:
Focus: Inequity -- Elias: "Joanna isn't right for you because you are not the same." Joanna is focused on the injustice of losing her father.
Direction: Equity -- Elias: "We fight back, two-for-one." Joanna: tries to serve justice to Elias by sleeping with Petros.
Problem: Self-Aware -- Elias is always pushing people to think about themselves e.g. when he Even after he becomes a monk, Petros says "just another overdramatic gesture." Joanna is completely focused on the sadness of her own situaiton ("Everything (s)he experiences or observes is couched in terms of [her] own point of view.")
For the RS we have Desire and Ability as Problem and Solution again: I don't have illustrations in mind but I think we could find plenty, same with Focus/Direction as Self Aware/Aware.