|Directed by||Thomas Sieben|
|Written by||Thomas Sieben|
Max von der Groeben
Kidnapping Stella is a 2019 German thriller film directed and written by Thomas Sieben, and is a remake of the 2009 British thriller The Disappearance of Alice Creed. The plot revolves around two men, Vic (Clemens Schick) and Tom (Max von der Groeben), who kidnap Stella (Jella Haase), and shows how she manages to come out of the clutches of her two masked kidnappers.
The film was released on Netflix on July 12, 2019.
Kidnapping Stella starts with two ex-convicts, Tom (Max von der Groeben) and Vic (Clemens Schick), meticulously preparing for what is required for kidnapping a girl by stealing a car and make a secluded room soundproof. It is a minimalist film which only these three characters, is played out in only a few locations and has long sequences with little or no dialogue, and tells the story of how Stella (Jella Haase) manages to come out of the clutches of her two masked kidnappers.
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