Kidnap Syndicate (1975) Fernando Di Leo

Kidnap Syndicate (1975)
aka La città sconvolta: caccia spietata ai
Genre: Poliziotteschi | Action | Crime | Thriller
Country: Italy | Director: Fernando Di Leo
Language: English or Italian (2 separate audio tracks)
Subtitles: English (optional, embedded in Mkv file)
Aspect ratio: Widescreen 1.85:1 | Length: 98mn
Bdrip H264 Mkv - 1280x720 - 23.976fps - 3.88gb

Based on an actual event “The Kidnap Syndicate” is the story of two boys, one from a rich family and the other from a poor family, who are kidnapped and held for ransom.”

Kidnap Syndicate is a film of two halves. The first half focuses on the kidnapping itself and the effect on the families involved, while the second half follows Merenda as he seeks out and takes revenge on the perpetrators. The structure of the film works well; the director allows us to get into the situation and characters in the first half of the film, before launching into a revenge thriller; and by then, every audience member is likely to want to see the kidnappers pay! You don't really expect to see much emotion in Polizi flicks, and indeed more could have been made of the situation that the lead finds himself in; but overall, the film does a good job of making you feel for Merenda's character and his plight. The acting is good also, with Merenda providing an excellent performance that works well with both parts of the film. Seeing him tear around on his motorcycle is good fun to watch and the film provides all the car chases and shootouts that you would expect from this sort of film in the second half. Overall, Kidnap Syndicate is undoubtedly a highlight of the Polizi genre and comes highly recommended! 
 Kidnap Syndicate (1975)

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