When the 10-year-old heroes of “Cop Car” first see the cruiser in question, it’s parked unattended in a field, ready to be plucked like a daisy. Travis (James Freedson-Jackson) and Harrison (Hays Wellford) make a fine pair of pipsqueaks, and they’re on a great journey when they find the car, having run away from home that same day. They have no real reason or complaint or plans, just a single piece of beef jerky and a boy’s own sense of adventure. Read more here.
The New York Times review of 'Cop Car'2015 August 7
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