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For Trubador is a 2009 action brickfilm by Jason Boyle.[1][2] It is about police officers who seek revenge for the murder of their coworker, Martin Trubador.[3] It grew out of an what was supposed to be a much shorter film created to test the Logitech QuickCam Pro 9000. It is darker and more serious than Boyle's other films, and also contains no dialogue, unusual for his films.


Members of the police force attend the funeral of their colleague, Detective Martin Trubador. At a criminal den, gangsters watch a news report on the death of Trubador. A car pulls up outside, and Trubador's partner in the force, Abraham, and a younger cop step out. They ring the doorbell and a gangster draws a weapon, but another assumes it is a pizza delivery and goes to answer the door.

When the door is opened, Abraham shoots the gangster, and the others are alerted. A massive gunfight breaks out, and the younger cop arrives through the back to provide assistance. A man upstairs gets dressed and prepares to hold out in his room. A woman in the house assists in defeating the final gangster downstairs, and when the cops ask her about the man they are looking for, she tells them to go upstairs.

The man waits with his gun drawn at the door, and the door is shot down. From outside, the younger cop shoots at the window, and when the man is distracted, Abraham enters the doorway and shoots him. The man remembers when a deranged man he was making a deal with attacked a woman, attracting the attention of Trubador who the man then shot. The man ran away as Abraham came to the side of the dying Trubador. Abraham throws his badge down and shoots the man in the head. The younger cop enters and also throws his badge away before the two cops leave.[3]