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AKA Birdseye is the saga of an obsessive Colorado sheriff and his trusting teenage son, who risk it all when their twisted reconstruction of a mysterious kidnapping case escalates into a dangerous hunt for a mythical Swiss criminal. Written by
This is a very funny mockumentary about a Swiss artist named Urs Vogelaug who went to the US and became a legend...Sheriff Nolan Sharpless (Fred Ward) is convinced, that Vogelaug was killed by a Mickey and Mallory style couple. In order to prove his theory, he's willing to end his career. But unlike boxers, legends always come back...
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