Leaving everything you have, everyone you know, everyone you love, behind.
Having to cross half a continent on foot, atop freight trains, inside truck trailers. Swimming across wild rivers. Crossing borders illegally. Walking across the Arizona desert. Being shot at, robbed and beaten. Raped.
Surviving it all.
Crossing into the USA, after life in the poorest parts of Central America.
Now. In the “promised” land, you don’t belong, legally; or socially. You don’t understand the language. No one knows you arrived, no one knows you exist.
Imagine…. being Nobody.
Then imagine a bag being shoved over your head. Getting your clothes stripped from you. Getting tossed in a closed room with a dozen others.
A loaded gun is pointed at your head. You are forced to call back home and beg for money, a ransom for your life.
Welcome to KIDNAP CAPITAL. This is one of the most potent ongoing human tragedies of modern times.
Teaser Trailer Behind The Scenes
The team behind the Drop House
After 15 years working on the technical side of film sets, Rodriguez makes a long-overdue directorial debut, as he manages to brew up moving performances rooted in gritty reality from an incredible cast, and handles an extremely moody close-quarter setting, to accurately portray a real-life world never put on screen before.
For more info his process making KIDNAP CAPITAL, read the News and Updates or visit his site: Felipe Rodriguez.
Editors are rarely as creatively invested as Julia Blua; her intuitive storytelling aptitude makes her key to every project she works on, and reached a peaking point with KIDNAP CAPITAL.
Blua was involved from the very inception of the idea, which explains why much of the dramatic weight of the scenes and storylines owes so much to her creative process.
To learn about other projects she’s working on, and see her reel, go to her site: Julia Blua.
Contact her at email@example.com.
Boris Mojsovski’s edgy look and capacity to reinvent his approach make him a DP of choice for difficult projects requiring a creative approach to the cinematography that goes hand in hand with the content.
His aptitude to internalize the narrative and translate it into picture allowed him to keep true to the rawness of the real stories at the heart of KIDNAP CAPITAL, and craft a unique look that captures the emotional essence of the story.
For more info about Mojsovski, go to www.borismojsovski.com.
Norman’s music always feels as if he composed it right on set, sitting together with everyone putting their all into the making of the movie.
His uniquely designed score for Kidnap Capital always breathes alive under the picture, and elevates the emotional impact of the movie by latching onto the core feeling of the story.
For more info about Norman, see www.normanorenstein.com.
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