‘Narc’: Revisiting Joe Carnahan’s Story About The Fallout Of Police Violence
As acts of police violence have played out across social media and the nightly news, audiences have begun to rethink their relationship with cop movies.
On Monday, critic Kathryn VanArendonk dug into the ironclad relationship television companies have formed with pro-police narratives.
And on Thursday, Washington Post writer Alyssa Rosenberg made an impassioned please to put an end to cop narratives altogether.
“There are always gaps between reality and fiction,” the latter wrote, “but given what policing in America has too often become, Hollywood’s version of it looks less like fantasy and more like complicity.”In this period of reevaluation for cop films and television shows, it is good to revisit old favorites with new eyes.Continue reading ‘Narc’: Revisiting Joe Carnahan’s Story About The Fallout Of Police Violence at The Playlist.
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