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Blue Caprice

It's a story inspired by real events related to the 2002 attacks in the Beltway game. The film tells the story of an abandoned boy who has been seduced to America as he faces a dangerous mission by putting him under the shadow of a father figure.
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Kevin Kelly Film School Rejects
December 30, 2013 Blue Caprice is a fascinating character study and a fictionalized, human look at two people who went on a murderous rampage and killed innocent people for their beliefs.
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David N. Butterworth
December 14, 2015 Refusing to settle for easy exploitation, director Alexandre Moors paints a vivid, bone-chilling picture of the corrupting power of evil.
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Michael Smith Tulsa World
December 30, 2013 It may be too much slow-burning style for those looking for true-crime substance only, but a cool patience is what drives Blue Caprice.
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Colin Covert Minneapolis Star Tribune
October 10, 2013 Spare yet deeply atmospheric, the film is charged with dreadful fatalism.
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Ty Burr Boston Globe
September 26, 2013 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.
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Jeff Shannon Seattle Times
September 26, 2013 If Moors and Porto were aiming for gun-debate relevance, they've failed; "Blue Caprice" has nothing to say about a society plagued by violence, nor does it focus on mental illness as a probable cause.
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Simon Miraudo Quickflix
March 16, 2014 Blue Caprice lays out the details of a terrible time for Americans.
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Wesley Morris
October 04, 2013 The film creates one of the most chillingly becalmed portraits of insanity I've seen.
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Rene Rodriguez Miami Herald
September 27, 2013 This lyrical, frightening film is a portrait of a man consumed by self-hatred who decided to take it out on the world.
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David Nusair Reel Film Reviews
January 21, 2014 ...a half-baked endeavor that's unable to entirely live up to the promise of its setup and stellar performances.
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Jason Bailey Flavorwire
June 19, 2016 This is a film that stubbornly refuses to sensationalize; it's not interested in how these men killed, or in exploiting and fetishizing those acts. Instead, it explores their humanity-which is revealed to be even more terrifying.
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IMDb: 7
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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