In a back alley in the Downtown east side, Da Vinci and Zack McNab investigate a fatal hit and run. During the course of the investigation, the on duty female police constable reminds Da Vinci that during one of his drunken sprees a few years back, he made a play for her but had not called her since that night, her and the incident Da Vinci only vaguely remembers. Da Vinci later finds out that the constable is Zack's daughter, Ramona. Simultaneously around the corner from the hit and run, Shannon, Leary and robbery detective Rose Williams investigate the shooting homicide of a convenience store clerk named Jim. Jim was a popular figure in the neighborhood, running tabs for his regular customers until they received their bi-weekly welfare checks. Rose also mentions to Shannon and Leary that Jim had been robbed four times in the past two months by a historically non-violent junkie named Lucas Ross, a kid originally from a stable upper middle class family. After it was determined that ...
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First act filmed in a single tracking shot approximately 11 minutes long. Not particularly noticeable: rather than a long, gliding tracking shot, this tracking shot, filmed in a rather confined space, is composed of many short takes and quick pan-shots. See more
Performed by Karaikudi Subramaniam & Trichy Sankaran
From the recording "Sunada"
Published by Owl's Head Music (BMI)
Copyright 1992 Music of the World See more