R | | Action, Drama, Thriller
Liberty, the wife of a gun manufacturer, is held hostage at a hot dog stand by a sniper seeking revenge.
Often compared to Phone Booth (2002). Although released in the same year this was actually previewed to the public a full 8 months before Phone Booth was.
I'm not wearing any underwear, and you going to be able to concentrate?
Russell Williams: Not if you're aren't here.
Liberty Wallace: I'm on my way.
The multiple shots about sniper nest show, his rifle has set position to cover area around hot dog stand and covering area is very narrow because of opened only last bottom slot in louvers. However, when Liberty's husband killers (and later from CIA) start shooting on Liberty from building roof or top car park level, Joe found them in his sniper scope and hit them. The view from scope showing picture, that rifle is on same level or below of target, but for such angle sniper would must change angle of rifle to position, where are closed louvers. And he definitely would not move louvers, it would reveal his position. Especially when all SWAT snipers was around.