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D.C. Sniper: 23 Days of Fear (2003)

It's about the Washington Sniper

Director:

Tom McLoughlin

Writer:

Dave Erickson
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2 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Charles S. Dutton ... Chief Charles Moose
Jay O. Sanders ... Douglas Duncan
Bobby Hosea ... John Allen Muhammad
Trent Cameron Trent Cameron ... John Lee Malvo
Helen Shaver ... Sandy Moose
Tom O'Brien ... Lieutenant Jacobs
Charlayne Woodard ... Mildred Muhammad
Garwin Sanford ... Agent Tremain
Doug Abrahams ... Agent Stone (as Doug Abrams)
Michael Kopsa ... Detective Foster
David Neale ... Detective Paulson
Veena Sood ... Sylvia Mack
Nels Lennarson ... Gordon Wolf
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michael Adamthwaite ... George Lenahan
Raul Aguilar Raul Aguilar ... Bus Driver
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It's about the Washington Sniper

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Details

Official Sites:

USA Network

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 October 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

23 días de miedo See more »

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Technical Specs

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Trivia

Filmed and released before John Muhammad and John Lee Malvo's trials had began. Nevertheless, both men were subsequently found guilty in real life. Malvo is serving one of six consecutive life sentences in prison since November 8 2006, and Muhammad was executed by lethal injection on November 10th, 2009. See more »

Goofs

In one scene where the snipers are stopped by a Fairfax County policeman, there is a Home Outfitters store prominently visible in the background. Home Outfitters does not have any stores in Fairfax County, Virginia, or the United States, as it is a Canadian company. See more »

Soundtracks

The Game Changed
Written by Stan Watson and Donnie Monroe
Performed by Tha B Team
Courtesy of Marc Ferrari/Mastersource
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Amazingly impressed from someone that lived it.
5 April 2005 | by nospam2600See all my reviews

I should start by saying I lived only 4 blocks from the shooting at White Flint and worked in Silver Spring. I have also used IMDb for years without feeling the need to write a comment or register for voting until now.

I felt this movie deserved a much higher rating then I what I saw. True my 8/10 can probably be viewed as a bit biased from being so close to the subject matter.

With that said, I feel the movie did a great job of portraying the events in a way that made you feel what it was like to go through it. I at times was intensely sad and angry watching it and re-living it. I enjoyed the way they portrayed Chief Moose, Who I respect and feel got unfairly treated during the events and especially subsequently after.

They did not unfairly demonetize the snipers although many probably feel they should. Instead taking a tactful approach to the characters.

I was also amazed to learn much more from this film then I though possible going into it.

*** If you want to know what it felt like to live this drama as the general victim of the proximity this film is a good place to start. ***


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