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Secuestrados (2010)

Not Rated | | Horror, Thriller | 25 February 2011 (Spain)
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Three hooded Eastern-European criminals burst into a home in a Madrid gated community, holding the family hostage in its own home, and forcing the father to empty his credit cards.

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(as Javier García),
2 wins & 7 nominations. See more awards »

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Isa
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Guillermo Barrientos ...
Asaltante Joven
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Asaltante Jefe
Martijn Kuiper ...
Xoel Yáñez ...
César
Luis Iglesia ...
Javier (as Luis Iglesia B.)
Pepo Suevos ...
Guardia de Seguridad
Eduardo Torroja ...
Conductor
César Capilla ...
Encargado (as César Díaz)
Candela Fernández ...
Mujer Cajero
Eduardo Gómez Bassi ...
Encargado 2
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Jaime, his wife Marta and their teenage daughter Isa move to a dream house in Madrid and they plan a family dinner to celebrate. Out of the blue, three violent hooded thieves break in their house and hold the Marta and Isa hostage while their leader goes to the bank with Jaime to withdraw money from the family bank accounts in a tragic night of terror. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Take your last breath.

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Horror | Thriller

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Not Rated | See all certifications »

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25 February 2011 (Spain)  »

Also Known As:

Kidnapped  »

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€170,969 (Spain) (25 February 2011)
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2.35 : 1
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The movie is composed by 12 long shots, without cuts in them. See more »

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After the ATM scene, when Jaime is going to the car, camera and micro can be seen on the floor and in Jaime's shirt. See more »

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Featured in Visionado obligado: Secuestrados (2011) See more »

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Isabella (Wild Honey)
Written by Guillermo Farré
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Exceptionally intense home invasion marvel
1 September 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The home invasion film is a well worn thriller trope, so well worn that any new entry really needs to bring something new to the table or make a harsh mark to leave any kind of a lasting effect. Miguel Angel Vivas' Kidnapped does both of these, and I can see it being a big hit for those who like their thriller cinema to really punch them out. First the something new, Kidnapped is filmed entirely in long takes, apparently 12 in all, capturing action with unblinking intensity and sometimes moving to split screen to show both sides of a particularly intense event. From the start its a great idea, leaving no room for escape or distraction, the focus is as tight as can be. And when the luckless family at the heart of the film are settling into their first day at a new home, unpacking, going through standard family arguments the camera weaves amongst them, we explore their house as they do, we become in these parts a part of their lives, things have the feel of a documentary. Performances are happily spot on, Fernando Cayo the consummate family man trying to keep everything cool and under control, Ana Wagener the stressed, more tired out mother and Manuela Veles standard issue daughter trying to go her own way. These are stock characters through and through, yet they work in echoing a timeless reality to evoke our sympathy. When vicious thieves break in, their hell becomes ours just as their earlier peace became ours and the intensity is genuinely gruelling, both actresses get put through the ringer in effectively harsh fashion and all their screams and crying become after a while really quite emotionally draining. I think the film loses a little bit for its predictability, the villains have a standard loose cannon, the hostages make various efforts to escape of varying success, there are certainly bits where we wish they would do something different, the film goes through standard motions for the typical, albeit very much heightened response. And thats why the film works so much, its incredibly intense, towards the end near heartbreakingly so, and for all that I can say I wish it was gorier (it does have nasty violence though) or more exploitative or weirder, fact is I found it an absolutely astounding ride. Highly recommended, one of the best films I've seen in a while.


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