We have all watched the news and seen the stores where police brutality is implied and demonstrated in videos. We can feel the outrage growing in the protests and resulting in more resistance and police officers being ambushed and civilians killed as well. Assumptions and judgements have been made on both sides. The current population in the US is about 325 million. The amount of sworn officers is about 1 million. Officers were civilians before entering the academy and they walk among us anonymously (except sometimes you can just tell by the stache). But it is safe to say they know what it is like to walk in our shoes but most of us don’t know what it is like to walk in their boots. This film does not intend to be a commercial or a bunch of sappy videos of police officers doing good deeds. It is about putting things in perspective. Because if you are too close or too far from something it is hard to see it clearly.
Monochrome is a documentary film about how we as a society answer that question. Please donate to help finish this film about finding a way for each encounter with law enforcement to be grounded in mutual respect. Please visit this page to make a tax deductible donation- Click Here to Donate