What was I doing in 2007 that I completely missed the movie "the air l breathe"? That was the year I met my first girlfriend after what seemed like a complete solar cycle, trying to convince myself that I was capable of abstinence. I was caught up in the moment and I wasn't yet very selective yet about the kind of movies l watch, still relying on the weekly tabloid l.a.weekly for new movie ads. It was the year that I discovered that HBO was premiering new movies before they'd become available in theaters.
Going thru the selection of movies available in my starz subscription, The all star cast is what really drew my attention to this 2007 release. This movie doesn’t come with a Film script. I cannot find it anywhere online. The idea of writing a screenplay for a story that encompasses only few minutes in the span of 90 minutes had already been implanted in my brain by 2007. The air I breathe is the perfect example this. Why didn’t I think of it? The main characters overlap unexpectedly in the story. I could spend hours analyzing the script alongside the film.
What a crock that it so happens to be something the writer optioned to leave secret. Hmmm. I wonder why.
Confronting a serial killer is the mini-series that prompted me to cancel my Amazon prime account and Subscribe to starz. And it was the book "some girls" that enlightened me to the writings of Jillian Lauren. Her documentary is a biography of Sam Little. The biopic portrays him as the most notorious serial killer. Nobody knows how he managed to get away with it for so long. He doesn't seem like an intelligent man. One would give more credit to Ted Bundy to achieve as many murders as Sam claims to have committed ; but what if he was "a Patsy"?
Wouldn't it make for a great tale if the hot pink inform law man had developed a system to use their informants to cover up their own murder? How hard could it be to scare them into admitting to a murder they never committed? In other words, just because Sam Little confessed to a beautiful women in exchange for her friendship, is the system obligated to close the missing persons case? I think it’s too convenient for investigators in charge of cold cases to take a convicted killer’s word that he killed whomever he says without a judicial system involved to scrutinize and analyze every detail. By accepting a killer’s admission might mean releasing suspicion from the real murderer plain and simple.
While I’m not saying Sam is innocent, I am suggesting what better person to have as a patsy than somebody renown as a killer. Who would believe such a low life anyway if he tried to blow the whistle on a crooked cop? Hot pink inform cops parading the streets with a Skidrow soundtrack with song from Slave to the Grind makes for a hypnotic attention getter for #tmtwngm.
I can picture the storyboard with eye candy targeting the female persuasion as crooked cop #1 corners low life informer to strip down naked. But that was thee old days. There days it wouldn't be so difficult for a criminal to implant a recording device under his skin, maybe even a camera in exchange for a prosthetic eye. Technology has certainly advanced so much that this kind of thing is possible.
Jillian reports on little 's confessions to her, and some of his surviving victims have exclusively pointed him out from line-ups, but if the author expects her readers that there confessions are genuine, Little 's illustrations of his murder victims must IMO match with the names. While it's too easy for a picture to have been offered by the real killer demanding that the patsy memorize name to face, a hot pink inform law man capable of covering loose ends to this extent right give you some idea, if bad cops really do exist, what kind of person we are encountering whenever an out of uniform police man approaches.