MWollaeger, I am not trying to be defensive but rather exposing more of the story, hoping you will have a broader area to attack.
The logline of the script perfectly translates from my Language as:
“An ardent JW risks a Heavenly Resurrection if she chooses to save her earthly life.”
As the Protagonist operates from her hospital room, her activities and interactions are limited. For me this makes her less qualified to be a Main Character. But I think she might need to be a more active protagonist than just being complacent, determined and tolerant.
To meet the specific OS Goal,
She has to gain her health back and fulfil her desire of resuming her evangelizing duties. For that to happen she has to follow doctor’s orders and tolerate long hours of chemotherapy sessions and drug side effects are the hardest chores.
Although it may not be as bad as the depressive state she will be in and out, vomiting was the first obstacle she has to overcome.
Despite myriad of available drugs, vomiting remains one of the commonest problems of chemotherapy and has direct negative effects, as it interferes with nutrition and taking of supplementary pills. Additionally, in this case, she is always making ways to avoid it so as not to puke in front of the cool male doctors and interns.
As the story progresses so does her anxiety and she becomes desperate, repeatedly ask about her prognosis and even begins to take extra pills when no one is around.
Additionally, she is expected remain a firm believer who keep their hopes high despite an imminent grim future. She has to respect the doctrines, regularly communicate with God, and she always attempts to spread His Good News to neighbor patients and hospital workers, who are willing, if possible.
Disease as an Antagonist
If I take IC2 as the Antagonist, she will be against the Protagonist’s Faith but not the Cure. I am not sure if that is taken as antagonizing the whole Goal.
And if IC2 and the Disease share the Antagonist role, will it be IC2_Reconsider and Disease_Prevent?