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I recognized the Gravity (2013 with S.Bullock) in this video, but I really interested which other sources used to make this video?

I'm talking about these cops: http://youtu.be/ckokXlPXClU?t=23s (on 00:23)

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There's a list of the sources in the video's information tag (under Footage). – Walt Apr 16 '14 at 10:36
    
Oh, @Walt, you're right! Missed this thing – Roman Matveev Apr 16 '14 at 10:37
    
@RomanMatveev - If you're going to accept an answer, you should at least upvote it as well. – JohnP Apr 17 '14 at 18:27
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@JohnP I could. But I can't as 'Vote Up requires 15 reputation' – Roman Matveev Apr 17 '14 at 18:28
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Everybody was a newbie one day, @JohnP :))) – Roman Matveev Apr 17 '14 at 18:37
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From the Future with Love (2013) is what that image is from and it's a short film.

From The Future With Love is more or less a trailer. In this short piece, three officers meet in a Brooklyn diner for breakfast. We then follow them through their day. While two cops patrol Manhattan and advertise their corporation police insurances and package, their captain encounters a new breed of criminal. Ultimately, they all share the exact same faith.

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