A cop races through a packed nightclub, dodging drug dealers, and corrupt cops in a mad chase to rescue his kidnapped son. –TIFF
Yes, it has the "handheld camera" style, but not only is it used well, it is complemented by a plot that actually respects the viewer's intelligence, and some unexpected emotional impact.
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Intense French thriller, Taken meets Die Hard in a night club if you wish. Main character Vincent is a cop who is bent on getting his son back after drug dealers take him in order to get their drugs back. You feel Vincent's sense of desperation, the film does a nice job of keeping you on the edge of your seat. I really enjoyed this film.
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