Abducted: Kidnapped and Brutalized


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Today is Chris McMahon’s wedding day; until masked kidnappers take him by brutally by force and throw him in the back of a van. On his terrifying journey he will be gagged, beaten and accused of a murder he committed as a child, an allegation he vehemently denies.

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The Vigilantes transport Chris to an abandoned warehouse where they film the interrogation - Chris insists this is a simple case of mistaken identity. Tension rises as the kidnappers reveal they have also kidnapped and traumatized Chris’s fiance in an attempt to force a confession. How far will they go and is he truly guilty of the crimes of which he is accused? A nerve shattering suspense drama like no other, the UK's Bryant Bros. dish out a single take indie masterpiece.

WWMM 274 Running Time: 82 minutes plus Special FeaturesUPC: 886470944606



Fantasia International Film Festival 2011 Official Selection
Raindance Film Festival 2011 Official Selection
Golden Door International Film Festival 2011 Winner- Best Screenplay
Yosemite Film Festival 2011 Winner- El Capitan Award- Best Feature Film
Maryland International Film Festival 2011 Official Selection
“Nerve Shredding” - EatSleepLiveFilm.com
“Emotionally Powerful” - Ain’t it Cool News
“Sensational, truly outstanding...”  - Fantasia Film Festival
“Indie debut of a British director to watch” -Rough Cut Reviews
“a tightly scripted, well-paced smart and intense
thriller that doesn’t pull the punches and definitely leaves its mark” EatSleepLiveFilm
“ambitious and bold” To Watch Pile
“an intelligent, viseral and believable thriller” Screen Geek
“the constant one take is executed perfectly...” Rough Cut Reviews
“Victims signals an exciting rebirth for a s storytelling style that was beginning to look like it was out for the count… Replete with escalating terror and moral quandaries, Victims hits home with remarkable impact.” Mitch Davis- Fantasia Film Festival
“The ensemble acting and real-time premise combine for a charged atmosphere and gritty, impressively executed cinematic experience.” The Montreal Gazette
“Especially noteworthy is the performance by John Bocelli, as not only is he on screen for ninety percent of the film, but he also has to maintain the audiences sympathy.” Arrow in the Head


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