An Exclusive Clip From Miguel Angel Vivas' Harrowing Thriller KIDNAPPED

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An Exclusive Clip From Miguel Angel Vivas' Harrowing Thriller KIDNAPPED
One of the most intense and gripping debut film in recent years, Miguel Angel Vivas' home invasion thriller Kidnapped hits US screens in limited release June 17th - screening at the reRub Gastropub, for you New York folk - while hitting VOD on June 15th, and we've got a brand new, exclusive clip.

Jaime (Fernando Cayo) and Marta (Ana Wagener) are a middle-aged couple with a teenage daughter named Isa (Manuela Velles). The family is in the process of moving into a big new house. Marta wants to gather the family for dinner at home to celebrate. Isa has her own plans; she wants to go out with her boyfriend. Jaime is stuck in the middle of it all. Everyone's evening is ruined when a gang of masked hoodlums pay a visit to the home.

Pay particular attention to the number of cuts in the clip as you watch it. Simply put, this is one of Vivas' most effective moves in this film. Cutting breaks tension and gives the audience a chance to breath. So he doesn't. There are a grand total of nine cuts in Kidnapped, a decision that essentially locks the viewer in with this family as the situation spirals brutally out of control and forces you to experience it with them. Masterful stuff, this.
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