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假匪徒与真警察

发布者: yingy1ng | 发布时间: 2010-10-31 20:07| 查看数: 1638| 评论数: 0|

  Those who plan to film a hostage scene might want to make it obvious to everyone around them that it’s a simulation and not the real deal.

  That may be the lesson that an independent film crew learned in Larimer County, Colo. after deputies swarmed them during a shoot for a low-budget feature movie. Members of the crew were at a campground near Lake Carter, shooting a scene where the lead actor takes a girl hostage and beats up on a good Samaritan who tries to intervene.

  "It happened very suddenly after that. We heard, ’Freeze,’"said Director Eileen Agosta. They were in the middle of the scene when a team of Larimer County sheriff’s deputies ran over, shouting orders to get on the ground, pointing rifles at the crew, actor Chris Borden said. Members of the crew were cuffed and held on the ground until the situation was sorted out.

  Borden said he believes the only reason the deputies didn’t shoot him was because they saw a cameraman. Maj. Justin Smith of the Larimer County Sheriff’s Department said deputies received a call from someone at the lake and sheriff’s deputies raced to the park, blocking roads and sneaking up to the scene.

  "I think it shows great restraint, great training and great discernment," said Cpl. Scott Shellhaas, a sheriff’s spokesman. "They didn’t rush into the situation and make a potentially bad situation worse." Borden said the incident would have been funny except for the fact that he was issued a citation for disorderly conduct. Agosta was also cited for being an accessory to disorderly conduct. "It was complete ignorance on my part," said Agosta. "I honestly thought you could tell what we were doing ... I wouldn’t have chosen a state park at 3:30 (p.m.) on Saturday if I was going to hurt somebody."

  Authorities said the scene they saw was realistic enough – a woman handcuffed to a car, a man pistol-whipping another man, people injured and bloodied and someone with a small video camera filming the event. "It is certainly not beyond belief these days that individuals do videotape crimes as they commit them," said Smith. "Having a video camera there did not necessarily mean there was not a threat."



  打算拍摄劫持场面的人应当让周围的所有人一看就知道这只是表演,并不是真实的事件。

  这也许就是一个独立剧组在科罗拉多州拉里默县得到的教训,他们在拍摄一部低成本故事片的过程中遭到了警员的包围。当时,剧组成员正在卡特湖边的一处野营地进行拍摄,场景是男主角将一个女孩绑为人质,还动手殴打一个想干预此事的好心人。

  “这之后马上就出了事。我们听到有人喊,‘不许动’,”导演艾琳·阿戈斯塔说。演员克里斯·伯登则说,拍到一半的时候,拉里默县治安官手下的一队警员就冲了过来,喝令他们趴到地上,还拿枪指着剧组成员。警员给剧组成员上了手铐,把他们摁在地上,直到事情搞清楚才放了他们。

  伯登说,他认为自己没吃枪子儿的惟一原因是警察们看见了摄影师。拉里默治安官办公室的贾斯丁·史密斯少校说,湖边的某个人给警方打了电话,治安官办公室的警员于是火速赶到公园,封锁了道路,然后悄悄摸到了事发现场。

  “我认为,警员的做法表明他们非常克制、训练有素,而且眼光敏锐,”治安官发言人斯科特·舍尔哈斯下士说。“他们没有草率行动,没有让可能的糟糕局势变得更糟。”伯登说,这次事故本来还挺好玩的,美中不足的就是他因为扰乱治安而接到了法院的传票。阿戈斯塔也接到了传票,罪名是协同扰乱治安。“我完全不知道事情会发展成这样,”阿戈斯塔说。“我真的觉得人们能够看出我们在干什么……要是打算害人的话,我可不会在星期六下午三点半到一个政府公园里去干。”

  官方则认为,他们当时看到的情景已经足够逼真——一个女人被铐在车上,一个男人正在用手枪抽打另一个男人,有人受了伤流了血,还有人拿着小摄像机在那里拍。“现如今,人们一边犯罪一边拍摄自己的罪行也绝不是什么让人没法相信的事情,”史密斯说。“有摄像机并不能说明肯定没出事。”


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