Alexandre Moors' 'Blue Caprice' Trailer Featuring Isaiah Washington

August 15, 2013
Source: Apple

Blue Caprice Trailer

"All it would take is a little push…" If you were in the Washington DC metro or Maryland areas in late 2002, there's no doubt you remember the Beltway sniper attacks. Now 11 years later a film has been made about the shootings, but told from the perspective of the snipers. The father-son-esque duo purchased a blue 1990 Chevy Caprice sedan and shot at innocent victims along the highway and in various places around Virginia and DC. The film is called Blue Caprice, directed by Alexandre Moors, starring Isaiah Washington (seen on "Grey's Anatomy") and Tequan Richmond as the snipers. It premiered at Sundance to quite a bit of acclaim and will be released this fall, with the first official trailer for this harrowing drama now available.

Watch the full theatrical trailer for Alexandre Moors' Blue Caprice, in high def from Apple:

Blue Caprice is directed by Alexandre Moors, with a screenplay by R.F.I. Porto. Here's an except from our friend Raffi's review on The Film Stage: "Featuring one of the best performances from the festival in the form of Washington’s frightening portrayal of Muhammad, Moors has crafted a multi-layered dissection of one of the countries most incomprehensible crimes… Perhaps the best debut feature film to come out of Sundance 2013, Blue Caprice is a fascinating and haunting portrait that will leave you conflicted regarding the meaning behind a meaningless crime." For more on the film visit their Facebook or Blue Caprice will be released in theaters starting September 13th plus iTunes/VOD on September 17th.

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Slim on Aug 15, 2013


Looks mad. Will watch.

Carpola on Aug 16, 2013

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