Blow script
Blow (2001)
Synopsis: In the turbulence of the 1970s, the international drug trade underwent a fast, violent and lucrative revolution - and one ordinary American was at its center. But in just a few short years, George Jung (Johnny Depp), a high-school football star single handedly became the world's premiere importer of cocaine from Colombia's Medellin cartel, changing the course of an entire generation. "Blow" is a high-velocity look at George Jung's spectacular rise and fall.

WOMAN #3

I'm a flight attendant.

The weed comes out and is passed around. Pipes. Joints.

Bongs. In SLOW MOTION, Barbara takes a huge hit of grass,

grabs George's face, french kissing him, and giving him a

huge shotgun.

INT. BELMONT SHORES APARTMENT - 1968 - DAY

George and Barbara are sleeping late. Their bodies

intertwined beneath the sheets. A slam of the front door

wakes them up. It's Tuna.

TUNA:

Hey, wake up. Come on, you two

lovebirds. Hurry, I want to show you

something.

George and Barbara shake cobwebs out and stumble into the

kitchen to find Tuna holding a brown paper shopping bag.

TUNA (CONT'D)

Figured it out.

GEORGE:

Figured what out?

TUNA:

You know how we were wondering what we

were going to do for money? Being how

we don't want to get jobs and whatnot?

Well, check this out.

Tuna takes the paper bag and empties its contents on the

kitchen table. It's a grey mound of stocky, seedy marijuana.

Barbara examines the reefer.

BARBARA:

Tuna, this is crap.

TUNA:

I know it's not the greatest. It's

commercial.

BARBARA:

It's garbage.

GEORGE:

It's oregano. You got ripped off, pal.

What are you gonna do with all this?

TUNA:

We sell it. I got it all figured out.

We make three finger lids and sell them

on the beach. We move all of it. We've

made ourselves a hundred bucks. Or a

lot of weed for our head. What do you

think? Not bad, huh? I got the baggies

and everything.

BARBARA:

You can't sell this to your friends.

TUNA:

Man. Fuck you guys. I have this great

idea and you guys have to be all

skeptical.

BARBARA:

Look, if you really wanna score some

dope, I got the guy.

EXT. THE WHIPPING POST - MANHATTAN BEACH - 1968 - DAY

George, Barbara and Tuna stop outside the front door.

GEORGE:

Are you sure this guy is cool?

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