‘Abduction’, the love of a mother who goes in rescue of his son, in movie for Netflix | Movies | Entertainment


The love, courage and strength are not measurable and do not have limits on a mother, especially when one of their own is at risk. At that time, your eyes just focus to the front without caring about the dangers. So as you can describe part of the story in which the focus of the film Kidnap (Kidnapped) or Kidnapping as it appears in Netflix and that was as in the post two of the most seen in Ecuador on Friday.

The film, directed by spaniard Luis Prieto, is starring the american actress Halle Berry (John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum), who gives life to Karla Dyson, a single mother in a dispute over the custody of her child, Frankie McCoy, played by Sage Strap. The script was written by Knate Lee.

It all begins when Karla takes Frankie to the park and while talking on the phone the small, 6 years old, it disappears, seconds after it notices that two kidnappers take him in the car and starts the tireless pursuit.

“While my child is there with you in the car, I’m not going to stop ever. Wherever you go I’ll be right behind you, no matter what” is one of the phrases that tells Karla to one of the kidnappers.


“Berry does so well in this entertaining action movie (…). Despite its premise fairly generic tv movie, the clever script and the rewarding plot twists bring a lot of momentum,” said Justin Lowe of The Hollywood Reporter.

In both that Peter Debruge, of Variety, he commented: “A thriller consistent and effective it is as a career (…). It is attractive to see a mother almost in real time, struggling to regain his child.” (I)