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Nightcrawler-inspired video of Trail, B.C.

Eric Gonzalez, inspired by the movie Nightcrawler, has captured footage of Trail, B.C., portraying it like you've never seen it before.

Filmmaker Eric Gonzalez, 19, combines stills and drone footage to capture the city in the dead of night

Eric Gonzalez, 19, captures what Trail, B.C. looks like in the dead of night, in a short two-minute film. (Eric Gonzalez)

Eric Gonzalez, inspired by the movie Nightcrawler, has captured footage of Trail, B.C., portraying it like you've never seen it before.

"Driving through the streets of Trail one night, ... I got the inspiration listening to the soundtrack and figured it would be a fantastic way to show the city in a way that few people have done before," said the 19-year-old in an interview with Radio West host Rebecca Zandbergen.

The film, which stars Jake Gyllenhaal, follows the story of a young man who prowls the streets of Los Angeles in the dead of night, in search of scandal and crime.

Gonzalez's short video, a combination of still shots and drone footage, doesn't feature either of those things. Instead, it captures the completely deserted streets of Trail and the serenity of the Columbia River.


To hear the full interview with Eric Gonzalez, listen to the audio labelled: Nightcrawler-inspired video of Trail, B.C.

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