Blue Caprice

Synopsis: An abandoned boy is lured to America and drawn into the shadow of a dangerous father figure. Inspired by the real life events that led to the 2002 Beltway sniper attacks.
Director(s): Alexandre Moors
Production: IFC Films
  1 win & 11 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.0
Metacritic:
76
Rotten Tomatoes:
84%
R
Year:
2013
93 min
$91,126
Website
132 Views


911 -- what is your emergency?

I'm at the gas station on Aspen Hill

and a man just fell.

parking lot -- a lady.

Where's the person at now?

She's laying

in the parking lot, sir.

What's going on there?

I think this guy's lawn mower

fell on him or something, man.

Like, they sliced him up maybe.

I don't know.

Oh, my god!

A man has been killed

in front of me! Oh, god!

Ma'am, calm down.

How did he die, ma'am?

I don't know! I don't know!

Reporting different news --

a bizarre shooting spree in Maryland

has lead to a statewide manhunt.

The police have no confirmation

whether the shooting

a violent rampage ravaging

the Washington, D.C. area,

bringing the total number

of victims to seven.

They all appear

to be random victims.

Don't appear to be anyone's enemy.

Don't appear to be involved

in anything coordinated,

just simply random targets --

innocent people.

Aspen Hill city police.

call. This line is recorded.

Good morning.

Don't say anything. Just listen.

We're the people that are

causing the killings in your area.

We've called you three times before

to try to set up negotiations.

We got no response.

People have died.

The search continues for

the man or men responsible

for the seemingly random

shootings across the D.C. area.

Authorities now suggest that

the killers may be traveling in a

You need to send an ambulance.

A woman was killed in a pond near

This woman is hurt!

She's bleeding from everywhere!

I can't do nothing for her!

now saying that

they believe the sniper

is likely to be working with

an accomplice who's acting

to look out for

a 1990 Chevy Caprice

with a New Jersey license plate.

state they have taken

two men into custody

in connection with the sniper case.

It appears that the men

were sound asleep

inside their car at a rest area.

Maryland residents

can rest easy tonight,

knowing that the killers

who terrorized the suburbs

of Washington, D.C.

are now behind bars.

You stop that now.

That's enough!

You know that's the way it go.

You want to eat,

I'm gonna have to work.

I'm gonna come for you

as soon as I can.

You want to be

a spoiled child, then?

Please, papa, can I have one?

One what? I didn't get anything.

Yes, you did!

- We saw you!

- Oh, did you?

- Yes!

- Hmm, let's see.

Thank you.

And one for my princess.

Thanks.

Come on.

Tomorrow when I wake up,

I'm just gonna look like

a little circle candy.

We'll catch a cat

and put it in a hat.

- I'm hungry.

- You're hungry?

- Yeah.

- All right.

- Are you hungry, too?

- No.

Uh, I'm hungry, too.

How far is it? I'm tired of walking.

Is that boy following us?

You all right?

Hey.

You okay?

Come on.

Is that boy gonna stay

with us, papa?

Maybe, baby.

Maybe. Hey, lay down.

When is mama coming?

Mama's not coming.

Why not?

Hey.

You guys are on a special vacation

with papa, remember?

And if you saw mama,

then you wouldn't see papa anymore.

Why?

Don't worry about it.

Okay?

Is that what you want?

You want papa to get in trouble?

- No.

- Hmm?

- No.

- Leave my papa alone!

Leave my papa alone.

That's right, baby.

Okay, lights out.

Night.

Oh, boy, sorry about that.

So, has your mother

done this before?

She always leave.

And you don't have anybody else?

What are we gonna do with you, huh?

Mama, I did write you one letter,

but I didn't know where to send it,

so me burned it up.

If you come home,

you're not gonna find me here.

I am somewhere else now.

The man up the road --

do you know him?

I met him in autumn.

He let me stay and work for him.

Me get a job now.

The other tourist, him gone.

But him still there.

He is American. He teaches

me to talk like an American.

He says I can be an American, too.

Him name John.

What state do you live in?

Washington.

There are two.

Well, one's the capitol and,

the other one's just a place.

Which one's yours?

Just the place.

She not coming back, is she?

I don't know.

When I was your age,

I used to play a game called

"Life is not fair."

You know why they called it that?

'Cause life is not fair. It sucks.

But you got to play.

I don't know. Maybe

she wants to come back.

But she can't.

Maybe she's dead.

What'd you say?

Hope she is.

Hey, stranger. Welcome back.

- And who's this now?

- That's my son.

- That's not your son.

- That's my other son.

Are you okay?

Sure, sure, just busy, busy, busy.

Did I leave a shirt here?

A blue one?

Maybe.

Check.

Well, let me go wash up quick.

You guys can say hello.

So, uh, visiting your dad?

Hey. Is it okay if we stay tonight?

Why didn't you tell me about him?

I'm not gonna catch

him going through my

underwear drawers

or something, am I?

Hey.

Can I get you to go out

for a little bit?

Don't get lost.

Okay.

May I take your order?

Do you have cheap burgers?

Change your whole life

if you're ready, sir.

The United States army is hiring.

Yes, you sir.

Hell yeah!

Make way!

You got a minut

for your future, son?

How old are you?

Listen,

you're a little bit too young,

but you come back in a year,

you understand?

You come back.

We'll be ready for you.

Have yourself a good day.

It'll change your whole life

if you're ready, sir.

Hop on.

This used to be my neighborhood,

you know? I used to live here.

People used to live here.

Real people, I thought.

Everybody turned into ghosts.

It was like I didn't exist anymore.

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