A typical career woman from a large company in Los Angeles was to travel to rural Australia for a prospective client. Not accustomed to suffering defeat or refusing to fight for her goals, she was determined, planning to achieve what she wanted without much effort.
But she understood that unpromising obstruction was futile, and so she employed cunning and subterfuge. Local workers were not overjoyed by the city girl's appearance, so she could not count on their help. To increase her chances of success, she had to do everything possible to earn the trust of new acquaintances.
And soon a simple farmer, accustomed to enjoy working the land, was on the manager's way. He did not know the real motives and reasons for the charismatic girl's appearance in the province, which did not prevent him from sympathizing with her. As she got to know and get closer to her new assistant, the seeker of profit wondered more and more about the correctness and relevance of her own behavior. It was scary to tell the truth for the first time in her life, but deception could cause unfortunate consequences.