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  1. The only thing... I need a scene involving a police tail with NO technology involved. So White Heat won't work unless, as a poster suggested below, there is indeed a tracking scene with no technology involved (but even then I'm worried that the issues will be conflated, especially since, as this post suggests, people seem to remember the police tracking in White Heat specifically for the technology involved).
  2. Thanks for all the suggestions so far, everyone. I'll be checking some of these films out. If anyone else has suggestions, please keep them coming.
  3. thanks vallo. i haven't seen that one. a potential problem: i'm writing about the effect of modern technology (most notably, GPS systems) on police work today. i wanted to start off the paper with something of a contrast: the "traditional" police tracking, with the police following the suspect around. the fact that the movie involves a radar device might hurt my comparison. let me know if you think of anything else! Message was edited by: nicksays
  4. Hello all. I'm hoping someone out there can help me. I'm working on an academic article, and I'm hoping to find a movie with a certain motif that I can incorporate into my paper. Basically, I'm looking for a movie with what seems like a classic motif: a police officer discreetly following someone around in their car, tracking their movements. it's important that the officer be tracking the vehicle (i.e., to see where the suspect is driving to), and NOT that the cop is merely sitting in his car watching what the suspect is doing outside is car (e.g. watching the suspect load a body in
  5. Hello all. I'm hoping someone out there can help me. I'm working on an academic article, and I'm hoping to find a movie with a certain motif that I can incorporate into my paper. Basically, I'm looking for a movie with what seems like a classic motif: a police officer discreetly following someone around in their car, tracking their movements. it's important that the officer be tracking the vehicle (i.e., to see where the suspect is driving to), and NOT that the cop is merely sitting in his car watching what the suspect is doing outside is car (e.g. watching the suspect load a body in
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