Movie Monologues for Women
Movie monologues for women
1) Roxie Hart's monologue about her relationships
A monologue from the Film "Chicago" by Bill Condon

Roxie Hart is on death row for having killed her boyfriend. In this monologue she is talking to an imaginary audience and she tells them about her past relationships

2) Prostitute Bree Daniels tells her psychologist how she feels about John Klute.
A monologue from the Film "Klute" by Andy and Dave Lewis

John Klute is a private investigator who is investigating the disappearance of one client of Bree Daniels, a call girl. In this monologue, Bree Daniels tells her psychologist how she feels about John Klute, after she has made love to him. She feels something for him but at the same time she wants to break it off.

3) A drunk Tess tells her daughter about a time when her father O.D.'d.
A monologue from the Film "Short Cuts" by Robert Altman and Frank Barhydt from the book by Raymond Carver

In this monologue, a drunken Tess comes back from for job singing in a nightclub and tells her daughter a story of how her father O.D.d

4) Jules apologizes to her family for cheating on Nic with Paul
A monologue from the Film "The Kids Are All Right" by Lisa Cholodenko and Stuart Blumberg

Jules is in a lesbian relationship with Nic. Things get complicated when Jules cheats on Nic with Paul, the real father of their kids. In this monologue, Jules apologizes to her family for cheating. Marriage is hard...

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