|Age Range(s)||Young Adult (20-35), Adult (36-50)|
|Type of monologue / Character is||Depressed, Frustrated, Reminiscing life story/Telling a story, Confessing|
|Genre||Thriller, Drama, Crime|
|Description||There was a king, and he had a daughter...|
|Details||1 hr 25 minutes into the film|
Scott Walker is an agent in the special ops assigned to find the daughter of a high ranking US politician who has been kidnapped. One of the reasons she was kidnapped is because the politician was using his visits to his daughter as an excuse to carry on extra marital affairs, using the secret service agents that should have been assigned to her. When the secret service agents left her, she was kidnapped. Since the politician doesn’t want to reveal that it was because of his affair that his daughter was kidnapped, they tell the press that she is dead and that she died because of a boating accident.. In this monologue Scott is talking to another agent and tells him what really happened..
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Robert Scott: “It’s been quite a long while since my last confession. We were getting shelled in the open...and I confess that I was frightened. So I suppose..I suppose I am frightened now. There was a king and he had a daughter. And she was abducted. He vowed to protect her, you see, but while he was indulging himself shamefully..she was abducted. They tried to get her back and failed. Now, his advisors realized that if the girl returned, it would reveal the king’s shame to the country. So they told him that she was dead.”