Marta is a young German immigrant living in Canada during World War
Marta: He was never, at any time, a member of the Nazi party! I don’t care how much of that garbage they found in our basement! After my mother died, he went a little crazy, that’s all. Don’t most old men go a little crazy?
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“Canadian smokes!” my father says, and he spits. “It’s like they fill the paper with sawdust from a dirty stable!” (Pause) He was never - at any time - a member of the Nazi party.
For full extended monologue, please refer to clips or the script edition cited here: John Murrell, Waiting for the Parade, Talonbooks, 1980, pp. 10-11.
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