The Metropolitan Police “Box” : 60
A young man is sitting in a room darkened
by venetian blinds. All we can see is his
silhouette. He is talking about things in
life he misses, such as the chance to put
his hand out of the car while driving.
There is a flash and we briefly see the image
of a black boy with a bullet wound in
his chest. He goes on to say that he is
stuck in a box, has no goal in life, and
speaks of his mother, whom we see briefly
weeping in an insert. It remains unclear
whether the box he is speaking about refers
to a coffin or a prison. Pay-off: “Murder
with a firearm carries a life sentence.
Don’t blow your life away.”