|Age Range(s)||Young Adult (20-35), Adult (36-50)|
|Type of monologue / Character is||Apologetic|
|Description||Drug dealer George Jung writes a letter to his father to apologize for how his life turned out|
Blow is the story of George Jung, a drug dealer who brought cocaine to America in the 70s. He gets rich by doing it but at the end he is arrested and goes to jail. This piece is a letter that George Jung writes to his father to apologize for how his life turned out and to tell him that he loves him.
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|George Jung: "Hello, Dad. Y'know, I remember a lifetime ago I was about three and a half feet tall, weighing only sixty pounds, but every inch your son. Those Saturday mornings, going to work with my dad and we'd pile into that big, green truck. I thought that truck was the... "|