About the Pass Rusher | Is Football Worth Playing?
Great Awareness Monologues presents The Pass Rusher. Is football really worth it? Walter Walter is the main inhabitant of
the screen for The Pass Rusher, a movie that zeroes in on a single day in the life of a retired professional football player. He attempts to make sense of his
degenerative brain disease caused by multiple concussions. The movie is essentially a monologue; a plot device that is used to delve deep into the mindset of a
fictionalized version of a suicidal ex-ball player, who lays bare his soul armed with nothing but a home video camera, prescription drugs, and alcohol. Will love
save him from his demons or will he succumb to his pain?
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About The Creator
Walter Walter is an educator, an author, a diverse entrepreneur, and he is the son of a disabled war veteran. Formally educated in Chemistry and Education (B.S., M.S., Ed.D.); he shares his time between educating and creating interesting projects. His intellectual portfolio includes books (exclusive, limited prints), entertainment, and more. You may contact him via his official website at