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D.C. Sniper: 23 Days of Fear (2003)

It's about the Washington Sniper

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2 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Chief Charles Moose
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Douglas Duncan
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John Allen Muhammad
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John Lee Malvo
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Sandy Moose
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Lieutenant Jacobs
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Mildred Muhammad
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Agent Stone (as Doug Abrams)
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Detective Foster
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Detective Paulson
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Sylvia Mack
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Gordon Wolf
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It's about the Washington Sniper

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17 October 2003 (USA)  »

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23 días de pánico  »

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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 »

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Fairfax County Police are shown wearing star-shaped badges, when their badges are actually shield-shaped in real life. See more »

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The Game Changed
Written by Stan Watson and Donnie Monroe
Performed by Tha B Team
Courtesy of Marc Ferrari/Mastersource
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Mixed Bag
19 October 2003 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Good performances, direction and interesting camerawork struggle with an indifferent script that lends little insight to this just-the-fact-ma'am handling of the DC Sniper. Dutton is little short of superb, but he can't do much with the material. The fisheye lenswork and overly crisp definition are, at first interesting, but after a while simply emphasis the emptiness of the story, and the musix is annoying from the start.


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