TRT 10:46, HD Video. Festival screenings in 2016.
Surveying the geography of white violence. An interrogation of the landscapes where Trayvon Martin, Walter Scott, and Jordan Davis died at the hands of police, both state-sanctioned and self-appointed. Through a portrait of the gas stations, sidewalks, vacant lots, and gated communities where these killings occurred, a "terrifying normality" emerges - culminating in Michael Dunn's hotel room, where he ate pizza and watched TV after shooting 10 rounds into Jordan Davis' car because his music was too loud. "Officer-Involved Shooting" maps the concrete topographies of these murders, even though it's easy to forget that anything has ever happened in these places at all.