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Police Beat

International title Police Beat
Country Estados Unidos
Year 2005
Running time 81
Director Robinson Devor
Screenplay Robinson Devor, Charles Mudede
Film Editing Mark Winitsky, Joe Shapiro
Photography Sean Kirby
Producer Police Beat Productions 1515 - 12th Avenue Seattle, WA 98122 Estados Unidos T. 1206 3292629
Distribution Company North West Film Forum 1515 12th Avenue Seattle, WA 98122 Estados Unidos T. 1206 2675380
Synopsis A black cop named Z, Muslim, Republican, originally from Senegal, speaking in English but thinking in Wolof, that is, his native dialect, and patrolling the streets of Seattle on his bike. Seattle is big, strange, full of sinners as well as middle class property-owners, and he is defending the law in a country he doesn´t understand and he is very lonely and he thinks a lot (in Wolof, of course) about his girlfriend and his fear she will be leaving him for another man. Seven days and six nights with Z, answering unusual help calls and covering crimes based on real cases from the city´s police archives.
Director bio A native New Yorker, he now lives in both Los Angeles and Seattle. After receiving his BFA in Film from Southern Methodist University (Dallas, Texas), he worked extensively as a scriptwriter. Named one of Variety's "10 Directors To Watch" in 2000, Robinson Devor made his feature film directorial debut with The Woman Chaser, which was named one of the "Ten Best Films of the Year" by the San Francisco Chronicle. He is currently working in his new feature, The Minotaur, which he has also written.