A true cautionary tale, “Blow” is well acted and poignant. But the producers fail to paint the entire picture of the drug culture. While writers David McKenna and Nick Cassavetes and director Ted Demme focus attention on George Jung’s involvement in making drugs hip and available, they neglect to showcase any victims of this over-indulgent and deadly lifestyle. The film merely deals with the exploiters who got caught up in a hedonistic way of life. Had there been at least one example of a life ruined by cocaine use, we might have seen the film’s protagonist and his accomplices for what they truly were – soulless.