Kidnapped (2021)

TV-14 | | Drama, Thriller | TV Movie 18 March 2021

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A woman living with her family in a tropical paradise. It is idyllic until their four-year-old daughter goes missing. Solving the mystery of her disappearance reveals previously hidden information about the family.

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Vic Sarin
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Updated: 31 December 2020
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Claire van der Boom ... Savannah
Todd Lasance ... Brad
Lynn Gilmartin ... Gabby
Melina Vidler ... Jane
Sami Afuni ... Pete
Sophie Tilson ... Eve
Jason Wilder ... Nick
Molly Wright ... Aria
James Hoare ... Robert
Tom Hooper Tom Hooper ... Police Officer
Daryl Heath Daryl Heath ... Captain
Marshall Betzel Marshall Betzel ... Sergeant Rhodes
James Blee James Blee ... Hotel Porter
Zara Goodman Zara Goodman ... Hotel Receptionist
Ngoc Phan Ngoc Phan ... Constable Lewis
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A woman living with her family in a tropical paradise. It is idyllic until their four-year-old daughter goes missing. Solving the mystery of her disappearance reveals previously hidden information about the family.

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Drama | Thriller

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TV-14
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Statistics indicate that over $400,000 children go missing every year, from USA alone. Most of this happens in mere seconds, when the parents turn or leave them, inattentive in public places. This program paints the idyllic---but very inaccurate---reason for kidnapping: so that another family can raise the child as their own, lovingly. In reality, organized, worldwide rings are behind the abductions and the children are sold to men who use them for carnal gratification, to create videos to share among each other, and then promptly dispose of these children, for new ones. Many countries' insiders, such as USA and Australia, have reported government agencies (such as the C.I.A or the F.B.I. or missing child welfare agencies) as being behind the "trade". Nothing has ever been confirmed, but whistle-blowers who name names are invariably found deceased, shortly after publicly sounding the alarm. See more »

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DO NOT WATCH THIS ABSOLUTE OZ GARBAGE
18 January 2021 | by christiank7See all my reviews

And I thought that Australian films had reached the bottom of their krap. Well I was wrong. Whoever put money into this atrocious mess needs to have that money well and truly taken from them. When I went to art school many years ago we had a tiny film group that made a few fun products with almost no money and not much talent. We actually made stuff that people really liked because it was honest and fun. What could we have done with budgets that this idiotic film had? Listen up Australia. Your entire culture is going down the krapper and you better wake the F Up SOON. OK I know that will not happen because in the Lucky Country people only get stirred up if the footy is not on the tube and the beer is warm. Yikes Australia - WTF is happening down under. How can a film like this with terrible acting from every single cast member ever even be allowed to air? I am so glad I left for the real world ad do not have to be surrounded by moronic Australians who are so dumb that they even let this garbage be allowed. Absolutely pathetic. Just remember that there were some great films made in Australia (so many) over 40 years ago so WHAT HAPPENED. The Australian Film Commission and all the a55holes in the film admin and grants mob, That's what. Kill off the entire film grants system, fire all the film council sycophants and only let films be made if they can get honest funding from the private sector. Get this garbage off the airwaves. NOW!

PS I grew up in Australia but boy was that a different place to what 5hithole it is now. Get a grip Australia - seriously!


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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 March 2021 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

Kidnapped in Paradise See more »

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16:9 HD
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