Officer Dave Brown is a Vietnam vet and a policeman in the Rampart County in Los Angeles in late 1990s. He has his own approach to enforcing the law and he frequently oversteps the line between getting justice and abuse. One day, a video of him brutally beating up a suspect turns up, and his career shatters. When he becomes the scapegoat in a corruption affair on top of that, Dave's personal life starts crumbling down as well.
The former journalist of Israeli origin established himself as a screenwriter. After award-winning screenplays for Jesus' Son and Face, he wrote the script for I'm Not There, which was nominated for an Oscar and won numerous festival awards. His directing debut came with the war drama The Messenger, and his filmography now features almost ten films.
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