As seen as: End of Watch (2012)
David Ayer

In End of Watch, the ridiculously cliché Latino gangbangers aren't the only ones counterintuitively filming themselves when they shouldn't. LAPD officer Brian Taylor (Jake Gyllenhaal) uses clip-on cameras and a camcorder to record as he and his partner, Mike Zavala (Michael Peña), police the streets—not entirely by the book, mind you. Shooting suspects and agreeing to box a gangster before arresting him is the kind of peanut-butter-and-jelly bullshit that gets you demoted to traffic duty. Fellow officers and higher-ups don't approve, and why should they?

According to Taylor, the reason he needs to film everything is because he's taking a filmmaking class. Oh, well, in that case, by all means, Mr. Spielberg.