The movie Kidnapping is a very powerful and well-made political thriller, based on a real story that takes us back to mid-nineties in newly-independent Slovakia.
The story begins when the journalist Marta finds her brother's bloodied head in front of her house. At that moment, Marta had no idea that the crime is only one part of a shattered puzzle, which reaches the highest state power. She decides to search for the monstrous circle of terror. Thirst for political power, Secret Service practices and the Mafia leads to the kidnapping of the President’s son and subsequent death of innocent people.
The last day of the first year of Slovak independence is coming to an end. People are celebrating. Only the Prime Minister is quiet as the President had not appointed his Lad for the post of Minister of Privatisation.
Pressure on the resignation of the President from his function reaches its peak when his son is being kidnapped abroad by an organised group consisting of Secret Service and Mafia members.
‘Kidnapping’ is a film, describing events that have left wounds on the Slovak society and have had an impact on lives of ordinary people. Political power at that time had dirty hands and did not hesitate to spill the blood of innocent people. The film is a sad reminder of those past events.
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