In 1983, A Group Of Childhood Friends Pulled Off The Crime Of The Century: Kidnapping One Of The Richest Men In The World, The Heir Of The Heineken Beer Empire (Anthony Hopkins). The Shocking Capture-By-Gunpoint In Broad Daylight On The Streets Of Amsterdam–Resulted In The Largest Ransom Ever Paid For A Kidnapped Individual. It Was Truly The Perfect Crime… Until They Got Away With It.
“A Meat-And-Potatoes Kidnap Heist, This One Finds Its Point Of Difference By Telling Its Tale Entirely From The Viewpoint Of The Villains, And So Gains Its Appeal Not From Any Uncertainty About The Outcome, But More The Suspense Of Waiting To See How The Inevitable Will Happen: By The End, Director Daniel Alfredson Has Done Well To Engender Some Empathy For The Crooks.” – Stuff
“A Dutch Film In English With A Superb Cast Of Actors From England, The U.S. And The Netherlands, Kidnapping Mr. Heineken Is A True Story About The 1983 Abduction Of Alfred “Freddy” Heineken In Amsterdam. Yes, That Mr. Heineken, As In Beer In A Green Bottle. Anthony Hopkins Plays The King Of The Hops, And He Is Excellent. So Is The Rest Of The Movie, A Sober, No-Frills Account About The Highest Ransom Ever Collected Up To That Time—$10 Million And Counting.” – Observer
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