When a pair of rebellious 10-year-old boys run away from home and stumble upon a seemingly abandoned cop car in a country field, they think their not-so-innocent joyride will end peacefully.
But it seems like they picked the wrong cop car as the owner, corrupt sheriff Kevin Bacon (FOOTLOOSE, MYSTIC RIVER), is in the midst of his own mayhem.
What ensues is a deadly game of cat and mouse and everybody is in over their heads.
As the desperate chaos in COP CAR escalates, the boys grow from blissfully unaware to acutely terrified of the danger they find themselves in until the madness comes to a frantic conclusion. Travis (James Freedson-Jackson) and Harrison (Hays Wellford) may be just a couple of 10-year-old hellions, but they shine in this Sundance Film Festival selection while Bacon nails the role as the small-town cop with a sneer.