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Pursuit of the American Dream in "Catch Me If You Can" and "Blow" "Catch Me If You Can" is a true story based on a man who cheated big businesses out of the cash, after growing up in a little city in poverty. "Ignore" is very similar in that it is based on the true events of a guy who worked on the drug cartel for tens of thousands of dollars, after growing up with his parents in the slums. The key characters in these films both use two different schemes to do the identical goal, which is that the "American Dream," after being much from it throughout youth. Based on the true story of Frank Abagnale Jr, "Catch Me If You Can" tells of a successful con artist who managed to pass himself off as several identities for personal gain. During high school, Frank Abagnale Jr. idolized his dad, who was constantly in trouble with the IRS. After his parents independent, he runs away to Manhattan with $25 in his pocket. Frank is determined to regain his daddy's losses and get his parents back together. Just a couple years later, the FBI tracks him down in France. He is extradited, tried, and jailed for passing over $2,000,000 in bad tests. Along the way, he'd successfully introduced as a Pan Am pilot, a pediatrician, and an lawyer. Also, from almost the start of the life of crime, he's been continuously pursued by an FBI agent, Carl Hanratty. George Jung is the son of a struggling small business owner. Seeing his family struggle to make ends meet and neglecting, George promises himself never to share a similar fate. Moving to California, he begins his own bud pushing operation where he finds himself in both success and downfall. In jail, he meets a cellmate who introduces him into a partnership to the new marketplace of co.. .