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Amsterdam, 1983. Alfred Heineken (Rutger Hauer, Batman Begins, The Black Book), one of the world's wealthiest brewers and arguably the most influential man in Holland, is kidnapped by a gang of young hoodlums and held for ransom. Chained to the wall of a cold, cramped cell for 21 grueling days, the business magnate is subjected to humiliation at the hands of the kidnappers. But when the ransom is paid and Heineken is set free, he embarks on a personal vendetta to find his captors and exact revenge. Based on the true story of one of the most sensational kidnappings in Europe, THE HEIENEKEN KIDNAPPING is a smart, tense thriller in which predator becomes prey and power is gained through conviction.
good movie worth the money,good actors Rutger Hauer is the best.
There is not much known about Mr Heineken,so this is as good as it gets.
This film is not a simple thriller. It's an exploration of the human mind under many perspectives, where the kidnapping by itself is not the center of gravity of the story. Read morePublished on June 18, 2013 by Hiram Gomez Pardo