R | | Crime, Drama
Set in 1999 Los Angeles, veteran police officer Dave Brown, the last of the renegade cops, works to take care of his family, and struggles for his own survival.
Dave (Woody Harrelson), a Vietnam war veteran, quips to homeless war veteran Terry (Ben Foster) that he is not Santa Claus. In their previous collaboration in The Messenger (2009), both Harrelson and Foster play war veterans, where the former quips about Christmas when the two are on casualty ... ...
This used to be a glorious soldiers department. And now it's... you.
At the beginning of the film, the screen is black and a graphic states "Los Angeles 1999" As the film fades into a wide shot overview of the hamburger stand, a 2005 Cadillac CTS drives through the intersection.
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