Agoraphobic Leonard Gray (James Caan), the superintendent of a run-down tenement apartment complex in Jericho Mansions (2003), hasn’t left his building in thirty years. When a tenant is brutally murdered, the police suspect the peculiar, antisocial shut-in. Stressed from the suspicion, Leo takes frequent siestas, having demented dreams that end with him wearing a maniacal Mexican wrestling mask and speaking fluent Spanish upon waking. When the clues start to present themselves clearly in black and white, is Mr. Gray actually El Capitano of the crimson-covered crime? The answer is si, si, si it for yourself.