In 2002, two men cruised through several dozen states randomly shooting passersby like game. A senseless and random death evokes the greatest horror: a death that could touch anyone, but is the product of a crime incomprehensible to the viewer and victim alike. Two men zoom along in a blue Chevy Caprice, shooting people at random, like angels of death returning the world to order. Or maybe anti-order? What is their relationship? Why are they on this murderous spree? The director poses these and other questions by constantly flirting with the theme of crime and gradually revealing the story and characters. Using scenes that could make for a thriller, Moors instead creates a complex portrait that shows middle class America with its freeways, suburbs, and gas stations, worthy of a painting by Edward Hopper.
Growing up in the suburbs of Paris, Alexandre Moors was active in the graffiti scene while studying fine art at the renowned École Nationale Supérieur des Arts Décoratifs. After moving to New York in 1998, he began directing high-concept short films and music videos. He recently co-directed, with Kanye West, the experimental short film Cruel Summer, which premiered at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. Blue Caprice is his feature-length debut.
2000 How People Do (kr. m. / short)
2002 The Lady Lovelace Deception System (kr. m. / short)
2006 Cherry Bloom (kr. m. / short)
2012 Cruel Summer (kr. m. / short)
2013 Niebieski caprice / Blue Caprice