Rampart movie plot

2022-03-31 08:01
In 1999 Los Angeles, police officer Dave Brown, a former Vietnam War veteran, now dedicates himself to what he calls "despicable things", where he belongs. Constrained by his own moral standards, he does his police duty - in order to maintain his mood and mentality as an action hero, he often does some reckless and outrageous behavior that is difficult to distinguish. When Dave leaves enough evidence to be charged for beating a suspect trying to escape, he finds himself experiencing a personal and emotional trough that also reminds him of the past. sin. Because the entire police station is deeply immersed in corruption and corruption scandals, the stubborn Dave refuses to change his conduct and style, making his fate continue to sink in uncertainty. Dave has to keep his fear, pain and paranoia deep in his heart as he struggles to deal with all kinds of passers-by who appear in his world, including two ex-wifes,and Barbarawho happen to be sisters, and their rebellious daughter Helen, an elderly mentor who always gives bad advice and is very intimidating. Investigators and a series of women he met in bars, all of which became increasingly meaningless to him. At the end, when the layers of hypocrisy, masculinity, chauvinism, arrogance, sexism, homophobia, racism, aggression, and self-loathing that have wrapped Dave are all stripped away, we see It's just a man who needs final redemption   .
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Extended Reading
  • Adaline 2022-04-01 09:01:19

    Bad in every way. . . . . It's sad to have a daughter

  • Carmela 2022-03-31 08:01:01

    Old police story, too old-fashioned LAPD

Rampart quotes

  • Dave Brown: [to Kyle Timkins] I've been up the river, motherfucker, when you were still sucking on your mama's tit.

  • Dave Brown: Every shooting testimony contains inconsistencies. Otherwise you wouldn't have a job. No man whoever shoots and kills another man is entirely cogent in the moment. No plan survives contact with the enemy.

    Joan Confrey: Did you learn that with the first man you killed?

    Dave Brown: I learned that serving my country as a non-electric pop-up target in an often misunderstood crusade for liberty and justice, turned puppet-show for politicians, known as the Vietnam War.

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