Blue Caprice
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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.... (Full plot summary below)

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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.

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The Hollywood Reporter - 10/10 by David Rooney A riveting first feature of startling maturity and intelligence.
Los Angeles Times - 9/10 by Gary Goldstein Proves a highly auspicious feature debut for Moors and Porto as well as a much-deserved return to the limelight for Washington. Don't miss it.
Village Voice - 9/10 by Alan Scherstuhl The key question is whether this procedural—as in, here we watch killers proceed—contributes to any greater understanding. I believe it does.
Variety - 9/10 by Justin Chang Precision-honed performances and a nonsensationalistic approach distinguish this impressive first feature from French helmer Alexandre Moors, which avoids pat explanations as it offers a speculative glimpse into murderous minds.
New York Post - 9/10 by Kyle Smith Blue Caprice takes a minimalist, documentary-style approach that proves harrowingly effective.
Rolling Stone - 9/10 by Peter Travers Blue Caprice is a cinematic punch to the gut, a mind-bending meditation on how to mold a killer, and one of the most potent and provocative true-crime movies ever made.
Slant Magazine - 9/10 by Tomas Hachard The filmmakers are more interested in questioning what brings people to commit senseless and merciless acts than they are preoccupied with the historical record.
Boston Globe - 8/10 by Ty Burr The film’s a character piece with a tightening noose of suspense, and while it has its artsy-indie-dawdly moments, it’s disturbing in ways that aren’t easy to shake. Is the movie necessary? Do we need a “John and Lee: Portrait of Two Serial Killers”? Because it shines a light, however hesitant, into the cramped, resentful mind-sets that fester in the corners of America, I’d have to say yes.
Portland Oregonian - 8/10 by Marc Mohan Even more impressive is young Tequan Richmond (TV’s “Everybody Hates Chris”) as the quiet, intense Malvo, a kid so desperate for a father figure in his life that he becomes putty in the hands of a killer.
Miami Herald - 8/10 by Rene Rodriguez Blue Caprice only spends a few minutes reenacting their crime — the movie shows us exactly how they did it in just a couple of scenes — because the facts of the case aren’t the movie’s focus. Instead, this lyrical, frightening film is a portrait of a man consumed by self-hatred who decided to take it out on the world.
The A.V. Club - 8/10 by Nick Schager Blue Caprice otherwise proves a deft mood piece, one that probes its characters’ states of mind while remaining wholly unmoved by their grievances and hang-ups.
McClatchy-Tribune News Service - 8/10 by Roger Moore Blue Caprice is a chilling portrait of motive, manipulation and mass murder.

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