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It's an honour to be corresponding with you...but it makes my teeth hurt that
McG is famous and you aren't! Anyway, I am an Officer with the _______ _______
A few things about your excellent film...one is that I showed it to my Dad, a
26 year veteran street cop, and he loved it. Another thing, when I was teaching
at our college, I recommended it to our new recruits. I like to use a few
Morning lines when educating the new recruits, such as "you can't be
everybody's friend", "you're a cop, you arrest people", and
"things are just a little more sudden down here" (we had an officer
shot a year and a half ago here and it freaks some people out). Anyway, awesome
film and thanks for taking the time to talk. (5/01/14)
Where do I get my hands on one of those San Lovisa patches? Trade one of
mine for it for sure....this is probably the best cop movie nobody ever
heard of. Every cop is a mixture of Francis and Morning, imho....most
people would call me Morning lol.
(Posted to YouTube 4/24/14)
Dear Mr. Pierson,
I am a German fan of your movie "Evenhand". I
only watched it once back in 2009 on German television and missed the first 15
minutes but still it is one of my all time favourite movies. It is so
brilliantly directed and Sage and Dawes did their jobs so well! I have been
amazed by the pace of the film: These slow, thoughtful sections really make it
stand out. And I just love how the more or less ordinary encounters of the
police men support their character development. I have never watched any other
buddy cop-themed movie like yours in all my life!
I really want to own a personal copy on DVD and watch it
with my friends. Unfortunately the movie is impossible to be bought here in
Germany because it has not been published in Europe. Streaming is not an option
either since it is not as common as in the US and I personally doubt that this
will change anytime soon. I searched the internet for hours but I can't find
the movie anywhere. I even contacted the people at the TV channel that broadcasted
it if they plan to show the movie once more but it has not been on TV since I
Do you know of any way to get the movie? I mean there is
a German synchronisation of it - there must be some way to get it around here,
right? I would really appreciate a hint on where to get it.
Thanks for your help and even more so for your great
I keep hoping the film
makes it to the rarified air of cult status. Hope you continue to
put out similar work. (2/08/13)
"EvenHand" is such a great cop-movie. It should be available
worlwide. To my opinion it can easily keep up with films like LA Crash
or Brooklynīs Finest.
I hope you have success in your plan. I will be the first
to buy it in Germany!
I realized recently that you're also the director...
great job Joseph! (1/02/12)
I'm a Kansas police officer and criminal justice professor and
bought this film when it was first released. I've been showing the
film every year since then as an independent project for students in
my policing class. It is my favorite film in terms of hard core,
real-life police work with wit, wisdom, and charm. The students have
loved it since.
Interestingly, I never paid attention to its background until I
moved to San Antonio this year. I've researched the website and made
all of the San Antonio connections now. The Pig Stand is now the
"Hog Stand" and is a great restaurant but a biker bar. The
taco shop was closed down about two years after the film was
Anyhow, I wanted to say thank you and appreciated your work and the
work of your staff and actors to make this a long-withstanding film
in our criminal justice business!
Brian Kinnaird (2/09/11)
This is such a great movie. One of the best nobody ever heard of. Your movie is
one of the movies I mention when people talk about good unheard of
movies. I work with movie buffs and I always tell people about it. (YouTube
Great film...I can't believe it's so unknown.
Dear Mr. Pierson,
I'm e-mailing you thanking you for the marvelous film EvenHand. I
was turned onto your film by John P____ of Waterbury Vt. Who used to
serve in the sheriff's department in San Antonio.
After hearing how excited John was seeing something of the places
he used to patrol and some of the things he was familiar with
(criminals holding signs describing their crime) I picked up the
movie and was greatly impressed.
I like your approach to something of familiar genre.
I serve as a Corrections Officer for the Clinton County Sheriff's
Department in New York and I loved your movie. It was so dynamic. It
really showed two sides of law enforcement. Something I think many
people misunderstand. Sometimes the guy you think is better isn't
always, and the guy you think shouldn't be a cop is the better one.
I know Corrections is a different aspect, but you see a lot of
the same situations. Dealing with people, dangerous situations,
contraband... I find as a CO you wear a lot of different hats. Big
brother, counseler, detective, enforcer.. I wanted to take the time
to thank you for putting out such a realistic "cop" movie.
I'm sure you don't really have the time to read this, but I find
your picture really moving, and I'd like to say thank you. When I
watched this movie with my wife she realized some of the same
parallels with my own department, and what I do.
If you could only direct a movie about corrections officers that
is as realistic as EvenHand.
So thank you!!! (2/04/08)
Thank you, thank you, thank you for giving us a copy of your film. We had a
"screening" of it last week...w/ my childhood friend and her two sons (aged
16 & 20...) and we all LOVED it! So impressive, Joe. You are a great director
and told the story so well. And what a story it is--tense, uncomfortable, raw,
real. You have a great eye, your pacing was perfect, loved the way the beginning
and end tie in, etc. It was a wonderful evening and we scored major points w/ the
boys for knowing you. (6/28/07)
the best movie ever, it has made me a better cop. (6/27/07)
Thank you -
Evenhand is by far one of the best police movies I have ever seen. I related
to alot of it and found it more real than people know. (1/14/07)
you got robbed, joseph.
that movie should have gotten you worldwide plaudits and buckets of cash.
as i have said to you many times before, it was the best cop movie i've
ever seen. and i know cops. (9/07/06)
finally i watched EvenHand........what a wonderful
movie! i laughed and i cried, this movie has al the important things
that i like in a movie; humor, drama and a little bit of romance and
with the right music. (5/16/06)
Thank you for sending Evenhand. We enjoyed pretty
much everything about the film. Wonderful performances, storytelling,
production, and of course, directing. (4/17/06)
LOVED your movie! I thought Bill Sage and Bill
Dawes were a delight to watch. What a well produced and
directed film... PS. LOVED the music too. What a cool little
I enjoyed EvenHand very much. I spent
28 years on both the Detroit PD and Harper Woods PD, working all
shifts, and all aspects of police work. I retired this year,
and watching the movie reminded me of encounters I had when I
was in the uniform. Your technical advisors did a quality job
of not only conveying accurate aspects of the job, but the
personalities as well. Great movie! (12/13/05)
Having been a member of NYC Police Department for 20
years, I thought it portrayed the "average day", if
there is such a thing, in the life of the police with uncanny
realism. Unlike many of the sensational productions showing nothing
but action, glitz and bravado, it gave a more realistic view of the
many mundane, boring, alienating & frustrating days in that
life. The movie epitomizes how one can quickly go from that to real
FAST, life threatening action and then back to slow again in short
order. I have to say, overall it left me with a feeling of
melancholy, although happy to be able to say that I'm now retired
and working with ________. (much better quality of life). It's
a feeling many get after retiring these days, "LAPD" (Life
After the Police Department). (11/15/05)
A producer that Lovisa
worked for recently sent her this email:
So I'm watching this movie on the Sundance channel and the cops
have this San Lovisa patch on their arms and I seem to remember you
had that patch on your jacket...
I kind of stumbled into the movie but I watched it end to end
and loved, loved it. And then as I watched the end credits I think
I counted your name at least six times. (8/22/05)
Man, did I like this movie. My dad was a cop, and you guys really
nailed it. Enduring the same troublemakers every week, the
boredom-inspired bull sessions. This is what films like "The New
Centurions" tried to capture in the 70s. It all felt so
authentic. Well done.
As much as I was drawn to the subject matter, the presentation was
what made me rewatch the film three times. The unobnoxious directing
and cinematography gives the film a naturalistic feel that's missing
from too many movies today, and it's what I aspire to in my own
attempts at film.
Thanks so much for making it. (8/16/05)
The movie was terrific. The soundtrack was delicious.
Music, we want the music. Where is the music? (8/13/05)
Hello, I would just like to tell you
that I loved this film. I think it's certainly one of the
better films about police officers. It just felt so real and
true. I'm a film student and I was and still am writing a
story about a police officer and always thought it was strange
that there were no films about police officers that were real.
I saw this film in May 2005 and has certainly inspired me to a new
level. Thank you very much. (6/09/05)
I watched EVENHAND the other night. It was great!!!!!
I hope that you are considering making more police related films/
movies. You definitely have a new fan. (6/03/05)
I saw your wonderful web site and it is beyond words the information
the journals on "Cherry"
and "Evenhand" gave me to help make decisions about my film
project "Double Frame", eg digital vs. film, the bad
magazines on "Evenhand". The "Evenhand" commentary was
excellent on making a low budget film but does not look like one.
I rented "Evenhand" at the Hollywood Video in my home-town
of Hazlet, NJ. What a great film and the acting of the two
Bills. Bill Sage was just incredible to watch. The
direction and DP work super.
Reading the e mail from Hart -Sharp
depressed me when they said they need "names" to get shelf
space. I just saw "Shadow of Fear" (2004) which
has 6 spots in the store because they have James Spader, Aidan Quinn
and Peter Coyote each on film at most 30 minutes each. It is so
confusing, poor acting and plot, bad character decisions etc. can't
hold a candle to "Evenhand" but the names draw the renters. (4/22/05)
got the DVD and watched it. The whole thing. Which is a tribute to
you, since I have the attention span of a gnat and never
get through DVDs or tapes (they usually remain half-viewed for the
most part becuase of interruptions, and then I never seem to go
back)----home just offers too many diverting things.
liked it. The 2nd lead (the bad cop) bothered me--he is so
unsympathetic and stereotypical--but then as you get into the movie
and you beign to turn our perceptions around, it works.
the kicker. After I watched it, I watched the entire thing again
w/your commentary. I found that incredibly interesting for some
reason. It was sincere, to the point, and educational. I am reminded
again at the enormous work, commitment, and fragile decisions that
go into making fiction films.
on this. I can't imagine why this movie wasn't more widely seen and
appreciated. Perhaps it will be found once
you direct a blockbuster hit or critical masterpiece. Who knows
Dear Mr. Pierson:
Of all the movies I've seen so far this year, in theaters or
otherwise, EvenHand is my favorite. I stumbled upon it completely by
accident on the Sundance Channel, so I came into it with no
expectations. I was astounded by its quality. This is always the best
kind of surprise. The worst kind is when I wondered, why haven't I
heard of this movie? Why didn't it play Houston?, and discovered that
it hadn't been released in theaters anywhere.
In some ways, we live in a sick culture. Multimillion-dollar
garbage gets shoved into theaters every week, and there's no room for
something like EvenHand?
I was sorry to read on your Web site, though, that
you wouldn't try to make another movie like it. Not that,
economically, you have much choice. But I would hope that at least
some "stars", even if only those of a lesser magnitude,
would recognize a quality script like that of EvenHand when they saw
it, and sign on to a project like that. I'm a bit out of touch in some
ways, though: I had no idea Bill Sage wasn't a "star", as he
was instantly recognizable to me, through all his appearances in Hal
Hartley's films. But I have to say, you got things out of him that I
didn't know were there.
I've bought the EvenHand DVD-- the extra features were well done,
though I wish someone would invent a way to have directors'
commentaries played so that, when a director isn't actually speaking,
the regular dialog track plays. I do admire your willingness to part
with scenes that must have taken much effort to shoot-- I think you
made the right decision to leave out what you cut. All of the deleted
scenes shown would have damaged the picture if they'd been left in, I
believe. Particularly the SWAT scene, which would have shifted too
much focus to the psychopath, Mathers, and shifted a great
character-driven film too much toward melodrama.
I hope between sales of the DVD and whatever broadcast fees the
Sundance Channel might pay that you've at least been able to break
even with the film. If you could find out how EvenHand fans could
contact the dolts at BlockBuster Video to help persuade them to stock
the DVD, I would be happy to write a letter or e-mail message or
whatever in its behalf.
Congratulations on some fine work. You have every right to be
Houston, Texas (9/17/04)
saw the film on sundance last night ... i couldn't get away from
it (not that i wanted to) ... it was quirky and heavy at the same
time, and, the soundtrack was absolutely fabulous and a perfect
fit. congrats to all! (11/19/04)
Thanks for your note. I just would like to tell
you what a big fan I am of your movie. I spent some years as a
Sheriffs Deputy for Bexar County, and I have to say although I'm
normally a history movie fan, "Evenhand" has risen to be
my favorite movie in my collection. I'll be looking for your new
work as it comes out. I consider it a priveledge to hear from you.
Oh and Even Hand was genius. (3/13/04)
I am so very touched by this powerful
but quiet film. How refreshing it is comparing with the
'Over-acting" Oscar films.
I am a 50 years old female CEO of a
computer company. Thanks for the film. (3/10/04)
So I have to admit, I watched Evenhand last night because I heard
Doughty did the music for the movie. But ya know what? I loved it. It
was great independent flick. Bravo.
Also, the Denver posse is really diggin' Billy
Dawes. How hot is he?
(itís a rhetorical question, really). We were wondering if Gogo Boy
would be available for some freelance work at weddings, bar mitzvahs
and the like. The pay is good. And the benefits are even better.
Let us know, and again, congratulations to all of you on a job well
a gem of a movie that shouldn't be missed.
I saw this film for the first time at Tribeca Film Festival and it
created quite a stir. It is definitely a small film -- but it has a
sense of realism that I have never seen in a cop film. My brother is
a police officer and he said it's the most believable and honest
depiction about what being a patrolman is really about. If you want
to see and authentic piece of Americana, this IS the movie. (Posted
on epinions.com 1/06/04)
I just got through viewing "Evenhand" and it brought
back a flood of memories from when I was a cop, as I worked
in similar type communities. I closely related with
"Off. Francis," especially in the bar scene when he
spoke of quitting; something that I actually did after 16 years.
I really enjoyed the movie and look
forward to hopefully seeing more like it that you make. (12/22/03)
I'm a 26 year veteran of a major Southern
Calif. department. I happened upon Evenhand by accident. I only
wish I had more accidents like this. I am a big big fan of
independent projects and this film only enforces this dedication. The icing on the cake with regards to your film is
the soundtrack. I must someday find a way to own that.
The everyday challenges of police
work were well presented in your film. Both Mourning and Francis
work in my department. Both Mourning and Francis are a part of
what I am, or have been as a cop. Thoughful analysis of this
profession by filmakers like yourself is well appreciated. (12/19/03)
Hi...I was moved by the movie...I watched it tonight on sundance...the
acting, the stories, everthing about the move was fantastic...the
dedication of the movie to our fallen policeman, thank-you
for a wonderful movie... (12/15/03)
I was thrilled to see Evenhand play on
our local Sundance cable channel tonight. I saw this film at the
Florida Film Festival early this year, and it was the only one I went
back to see again.
My brother is a canine police officer
in Brevard County Florida, and I would like to buy this on DVD for him.
Amazon shows it available Jan. 2004.
Can I order it from you guys? I
don't mind paying full price at all.
You really did an incredible job of
visually and musically enriching a seemingly simple story of two cops.
Even tonight, I found in my third viewing looking for allusion,
symbolism, and metaphor that would reveal more about the two main
characters and their daily struggle to be good or bad and right about
both. And I love the signs.
I see by your website that you have
done other films.
Are they available for viewing? I sure would like to see
more of your work. (12/11/03)
I just wanted to tell you
that [we] watched your terrific film on Sundance last evening.
But I just had to send
you a note and say that I was really impressed and very entertained by
the film. I also found myself thinking about the characters this
morning as I got ready for work! I found them compelling and
interesting-- and I really felt like I got to know so much about them
through the excellent character development and storytelling.
Of course, I am not an
expert critic, but I was really impressed. I will definitely
recommend the film to friends and family.
creating a truly engaging film-- (12/11/03)
I saw EvenHand for the first time tonite. Great
hope you've started on the next movie because you've got it down pat.
The trick seems to be not how to make a really good movie but how to
get it into the theaters. I loved Even Hand, probably even more than Julian
Poe. Just when it got tedious and I was dying to get out of that
squad car we got slammed and I realized the tedium was intentional.
there any chance that EvenHand will be available on VHS or DVD?
We saw this film at the Nashville Film Festival in April and
thought it was GREAT! (9/21/03)
Just been having a good pore through the Evenhand
site, it's so charmingly put together! It's good to see that you
share so much of what went into making the movie with the fans.
Loved the log-book and pics, too.
I saw the movie at an industry screening at the
Edinburgh Film Festival, and was so impressed...I think I managed to
get this much across (yup, I was the harassed floor manager who also
reviewed Evenhand for a website.)
Never really got the chance to say at the time, but
I just loved the atmosphere that you created in the movie, watched
it in a chilly theatre but the warmth just came across so well on -
screen, and the scene and settings created just captured moments
perfectly. Hope so much that it gets a general release in the UK, as
it would do so well! The showings at the festival here have
generated brilliant word of mouth, so fingers crossed! Haven't given
up on finding Cherry, just been told to try Blackstar, so am off to
do that now. Good luck with the continuing festival circuit, and
long live "San Lovisa" police force!
(PS - I will definitely be investing in a Fat Cop
a damn fine
Just a quick email to say that I saw Evenhand at the Edinburgh Film
Festival and I was just bowled over and charmed by it. In the middle
of a very hectic month for us, it was a complete treat. And coming
a bunch of new Doughty tunes unexpectedly was the cherry on the cake.
The quality of the Q & A was excellent too (sorry for being nerdy
and asking about the soundtrack during it).
The UK TV networks are full of pretty dreadful police/medic/fire
dramas so it was great to see something thoughtful & well
intentioned (most of my family are involved in those services). Hope
it gets a decent UK
distribution and that the soundtrack gets some type of release.
All the very best for the future of the movie and hope you had a good
time in Edinburgh. Cheers (8/30/03)
It's not often we see a cop movie that hits us as being so realistic
that we can truly believe in the characters as real people. EvenHand
does exactly this. The film follows two very cops in smalltown Texas.
Both of them are doing the job to the best of their ability and both
have very different approaches Ė one has a no-nonsense approach and
the other tries to be understanding and the people's friend. After
seeing the more obvious failings of the first approach we are
introduced to the downside of the more people-centred approach and
realize, as do the cops in the story, that the answer maybe lies
somewhere in between. It's a film not so much about the stories of
petty crime they attempt to address but a careful and telling
character study and comment on the difficulty of police work and
finding the best way of doing the job, and in doing so becomes a
moving emotional drama. In a climate where American movies usually
spell style over substance, this is a welcome voice in independent
(posted on the IMDb
I just wanted to tell you how much I loved your film, EvenHand. I
was part of the student jury during the 2003 Newport International
Film Festival and I also talked to you after youíre screening about
how I had thought Toby was a girl throughout the film. I wanted to ask
a few questions and also praise you on how well EvenHand turned out. I
for one voted for EvenHand, but unfortunately when it came down to it
the rest of the student jury liked Bollywood/Hollywood better. We
debated over the two films for about two and a half hours only ending
in my defeat and the award going to Bollywood/Hollywood. I saw your
note about us in youíre Post Production Journal and thought Iíd
let you know that EvenHand did not go unnoticed in our student jury.
ÖI would love to keep in contact with you to see what is new with
Cypress and to talk more about one of the best films Iíve seen this
year, EvenHand! (8/17/03)
Okay, not everybody thought EvenHand was God's gift
to the Cop Film:
attempt to document the day-to-day routine of a small town American
cop in a fresh, amusing and intelligent way. The problem is we have
seen it all before, and we've seen it done to much better effect.
Francis has been transferred from another precinct and is initially
unsure of the 'unusual' way his new colleagues operate. His new
partner, Morning, is a hotheaded experienced officer, prone to abuse
his position by playing jokes on citizens and, at times, harassing
them. So far, so unoriginal. The only thing different about the film
is the pacing of the action and humour, which goes for the slow
burning American indie feel. But the film never really achieves this
successfully. The jokes, though paced not to be laugh out loud
funny, barely raise a chuckle. The performances are consistently bad
throughout the entire cast. (One particular scene where Francis
(played by Bill Dawes) gets drunk is eye-gougingly bad). The
obligatory musings on life, relationships and 'what it means to be a
cop', are not nearly as inspired or original as the filmmakers seem
It looks quite nice for a low budget indie, but there just isn't
enough here to make it stand out from 150 other buddy cop films.
(Posted on the IMDb
just saw evenhand at the Newport Film Festival and I just wanted to
compliment you on a job well done...i thought it was a very well
crafted, well shot film..unfortunately, i was at a screening that you
werent able to attend, so i just wanted to email you on an amazing
job..im a film student at temple university and i just wanted to say
that its great to see that well made, thoughtful, yet at the same time
entertaining films are still being made. thanks, it was eight bucks
well spent. if you ever need a crew member who will work for dirt,
gimme a ring (6/28/03)
Congratulations on what I consider to be the top film at Tribeca and one of the best police films in years. (6/23/03)
you for your email. I wanted to apologize for missing the screening.
Unfortunately, I had a little mishap earlier in the day, and was
"out-of-order" for the rest of it. I knocked my
head on a shelf really badly and was so dizzy, I could barely stand.
sorry I did not have time before this to tell you how much I enjoyed
EVENHAND on Wednesday night. I just never go to the movies because
there is always something that demands my time more but whenever I see
one of your movies, I realize what I might be missing. Of course, most
movies are not as good as yours but after seeing yours, I am inspired
to give cinema another chance. I see some garbage that passes for
being "critically acclaimed" and I revert to hibernation
again in anticipation of your next production! A rather vicious cycle
but, at least, I have the hope that you might be movedto produce
something again so I can see the inside of my local cineplex.
I really, really enjoyed EVENHAND, I think more so because it was not
black and white in its portrayal of anyone. Morning certainly had
unattractive characteristics but you couldn't hate the guy and the
scene where he discusses how much he dislikes when people answer him
was very effective. Very simple and short but very good. It's too bad
it takes so long to produce such a fine result because, as with Julien Po
[sic] (still one of my favorite movies of all time), you are really a
master at presenting simple stories and situations with universal
lessons and themes. Kind of like comparing haiku to William Blake:
good haiku is as profound but without demanding quite the same
commitment of time and effort! (5/16/03)
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wanted to repeat my praise of your film, which I thought was
exceptionally well directed and acted. Its subtlety and nuance are
qualities absent from nearly everything one sees these days, and I
found myself haunted by the characters and their situations long after
the film had ended.
must confess that the movie was a great relief to me, for I always go
to friendís shows with decidedly mixed feelings - wondering what
Iíll do if I donít like the work. Happily, the opposite was the
case this time, and so again I offer my most enthusiastic
congratulations and canít wait to see what you do next. (It also
struck me that you do exceptionally well as a solo director: does this
spell a change in your working method?) (5/16/03)
Wuliger was kind enough to send a tape of EVENHAND along with a review
from VARIETY. I had a chance to look at the film this weekend.
Having lived in a small town in Kansas and Arkansas and going to
college in New Mexico I have come across some very interesting Texans
in my life. Officers Morning and Francis are no exception. You have a
succeeded in making a great independent film.
Congratulations... I would ask that you please keep us in
mind for any future projects you have in the works or that are
completed that you think might be a fit for us [a distributor]. I think you are
a talented filmmaker, it would be my pleasure to see more of your
again for the invite to your screening. EVENHAND resonated very
strongly with me; it's one of the most truthful cops films I've ever
seen. Here's hoping it gets picked up.
You had a real feel for the material, the characters, and the culture.
You brought us into their world & made us care. It took guts
to make that picture--congratulations and thanks again. (5/15/03)
can honestly say that I do not often see any films (commercial, indie
or otherwise) that are as well-crafted and moving as "EvenHand".
My wife is even more critical than me, and she continues to marvel at
what a wonderful film it is. The film certainly deserves a release
and hopefully the TFF [Tribeca Film Festival] exposure will be helpful
to that end.
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I just wanted to thank you for a great film. I'm a huge Mike Doughty
fan, that's what drew me to the USA Film Festival screening in Dallas.
Although Doughty's songs were phenomenal I was truly moved by how
"right" you got it when it comes to a day on the job for
Although I'm not a cop, I was a crime reporter in a
small West Texas city for 5 years. I spent lots of time going on drug
raids, at crime scenes and hanging out at the police station. I spent
so much time with cops I started to feel like one. Until your movie
I'd never seen anything that comes close to capturing the day to
day nature of a cop's life on the job, the hardships they face and the
fact that they're more than a little misunderstood.
In short, Evenhand was so well done it made me
homesick for my old job and old friends. When I got home
from the screening I emailed my cop pals about the movie. Hopefully
you'll find a distributor and one day my friends at the Lubbock PD can
see it play in their hometown.
Thank you for making this film.
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Great Cop film (from advance preview copy)
First let me say that they have put together a very good team of
actors and crew in this Midwestern police tale and I highly recommend
it to everyone. I believe the timing/pacing was dead on, and the music
soundtrack is killer as well. I look forward to getting a copy of it
when it's available.
On a side note, during my days as a cop in the US Army and with the
NYPD (Retired - Injury) I knew a few Officer Mornings and his/their
cowboy ways, but I will not reveal details of the film in this
(posted on the IMDb)
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