Flashback within a flashback: in black and white, we see Helen and Richard play-wrestling in the park. Back to the interrogation scene. Gerard tells Kimble a witness saw him tackle his wife in the park and take her down. Kimble shouts that they were playing. As Gerard and Kimble talk some more about the murder, there's another flashback within a flashback: in black and white, Kimble's fighting with the assailant and yanking off his prosthetic arm -- which I'm sorry, just made me snort with laughter -- and then letting him go so he could try and resuscitate Helen. Kimble starts to cry in front of Gerard, telling him if he'd only gotten there one minute sooner he could've saved her. Kimble starts yelling, "Where is he? Where is the man who did this to my wife?" Gerard breaks the bad news that there's not a single trace of another person from the evidence in the room. Timothy Daly gets all hysterical and tells them, "Keep looking!! Look harder!!" I think he's going for righteous indignation/immense sorrow but he mostly sounds like a petulant five-year-old yelling at his babysitter. Gerard says, "We're done looking. Doctor." Boy, Mykelti Williamson sure has come a long way from Bubba Gump's shrimp. Kimble says, "Don't do this. She was my wife."
Extremely dramatic zoom-in of Kimble at the courthouse, surrounded by a baying pack of media wolves. Fade-in on a close-up of a white-haired woman in judge's robes, who doesn't look the least bit magisterial. She mostly looks like my friend Rebecca's Aunt Esther. In a high, whispery voice she sentences Dr. Kimble to death by lethal injection at Joliet. Next we see the scenes leading up to the big crash and chase: Kimble in chains and jumpsuit getting loaded into the van, the driver telling Gerard that prison transport is above and beyond the call of duty, Gerard telling him sternly, "What I start, I finish." They get in the van. Kimble glares at Gerard. Gerard, not untenderly, leans over and fixes Kimble's seat belt. Hell-o, Lieutenant!
The van then zooms down the rainy highway and crashes. It's a big crash, lots of cars. By the way, has everyone out there seen Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai? What a kick-ass movie. Everyone in it does a great job of acting and the story is totally enthralling. I highly recommend it. Forrest Whittaker is such a good actor.