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Nightcrawler is a 2014 American neo-noir thriller film written and directed by Dan Gilroy in his feature directorial debut. It stars Jake Gyllenhaal as Louis Bloom, a stringer who records violent events late at night in Los Angeles and sells the footage to a local television news station. Rene Russo, Riz Ahmed, and Bill Paxton also star. A common theme in the film is the symbiotic relationship between unethical journalism and consumer demand.

Gilroy originally wanted to make a film about the life of American photographer Weegee but switched focus after discovering the unique narrative possibilities surrounding the stringer profession. He wrote Louis as an antihero, based on the ideas of unemployment and capitalism. Gyllenhaal played a pivotal role in the film’s production, from choosing members of the crew to watching audition tapes. Filming took place over the course of four weeks and was a challenging process that included over 80 locations.

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To promote Nightcrawler, Open Road Films utilized viral marketing strategies, including a fictional video résumé on Craigslist and fake social media profiles for Lou. Nightcrawler premiered at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival and grossed $50.3 million on a production budget of $8.5 million. The film was met with widespread praise, with critics highlighting Gilroy’s screenplay and Gyllenhaal’s performance. Several critics listed Nightcrawler as one of the best films of 2014 and it received various accolades, including a Best Original Screenplay nomination at the 87th Academy Awards.

Plot

Petty thief Louis “Lou” Bloom is caught stealing from a Los Angeles construction site by a security guard. He attacks the guard, steals his watch and leaves with stolen material. After selling the material at a scrap yard, Lou asks for a job, but the foreman says he does not hire thieves. While driving home, Lou sees a car crash and pulls over. Stringers—freelance photojournalists—arrive and record two police officers pulling a woman from the burning wreck. One of the stringers, Joe Loder, tells Lou that they sell their footage to local news stations.

Inspired, Lou steals a bicycle and pawns it for a camcorder and a police radio scanner. After two unsuccessful attempts at recording incidents, Lou records the aftermath of a fatal carjacking and sells the footage to KWLA 6. The morning news director, Nina Romina, tells him the station is especially interested in footage of “graphic” accidents and violent crime in affluent, white areas. Lou hires an assistant, Rick, a young hustler desperate for money. To give his footage more impact, Lou tampers with certain crime scenes and in one case moves a body to get a better camera angle. As Lou’s work gains traction, he buys better equipment and a faster car so as to reach incidents before his competitors

Lou pressures Nina into a date, telling her he knows she is desperate for higher ratings. The next day he turns down an offer to work for Joe. On their date he threatens to terminate his business with Nina unless she has sex with him, and it is implied that she acquiesces. Next night Joe beats him to an important plane crash story. Nina demands that Lou get better footage and keep his end of their bargain. In retaliation, Lou sabotages Joe’s van; when it crashes, Joe is severely injured and Lou records the aftermath.

Later, Lou and Rick arrive before the police at the site of a triple-homicide home invasion in an affluent neighborhood. Lou records footage of the gunmen leaving in their SUV and of the victims in the house. The news staff fret over the ethics of the footage but Nina is eager to break the story. In exchange, Lou demands public credit and more money. Police detective Frontieri shows up at Lou’s apartment to question him about his connection to the home invasion. He gives her edited footage of the incident, cutting out the parts with the gunmen, even though their faces and the license plate of the car can be plainly seen. That night, Lou and Rick track down the driver to his house, staking out the house until his partner arrives. Lou wants to follow them to a more crowded public area, then call the police and record the ensuing confrontation. Alarmed, Rick demands half the money Lou stands to make, threatening to tell the police about Lou’s criminal obstruction of justice; Lou agrees.

When the gunmen stop at a restaurant, Lou phones the police, warning them that the suspects are armed. They arrive and exchange gunfire. A police officer is shot and one of the killers is gunned down while the other manages to escape in the SUV. The police give chase with Lou and Rick tailing and recording, but the police car crashes into traffic. Lou continues high speed pursuit and the gunman’s SUV crashes as well. Lou approaches the vehicle and urges Rick to film the gunman, claiming that he is dead. The wounded gunman shoots Rick and tries to escape but is shot by other police who have arrived on the scene. As Rick lies dying, Lou films him and tells him that he cannot work with someone who has leverage over him.

Nina is awed by the chase footage and expresses her devotion to Lou. The news team discovers that the home invasion was actually the criminals breaking in to steal cocaine that the homeowners were stashing; Nina refuses to report this information to maximize the story’s impact. Police try to confiscate the footage as evidence but Nina defends her right to withhold it and airs it immediately. Interrogated by Frontieri, Lou fabricates a story about the men in the SUV following him; Frontieri knows he is lying, but cannot prove it. Later, Lou is seen hiring a team of interns in front of new customized vans he is using to expand his business.

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