Kidnapped solidified Miguel Angel Vivas as a “director to watch” for us.
Although his relentless home invasion flick brought nothing new to the table story-wise, it was tough as nails and packed plenty of style. Now, it appears he’ll be reuniting with Kidnapped‘s production house, Filmax, for another new film, I Will Die Tonight.
Vivas is going to work from a script by Alberto Marini, who scripted Jaume Balaguero’s superb Spanish thriller Sleep Tight.
That’s the art for the film that was whipped up in anticipation of the Cannes film market. Head inside for the synopsis.
Marcos and his family have found themselves the victims of a cruel fate. He is currently the only suspect in a murder case, his trial is about to begin and the only witness who could save him has disappeared without trace. Marcos discovers something much more sinister is behind all this. Someone has been plotting this revenge for a long time and is planning to see it out until the bitter end