The official trailer for the thriller ‘Captive’ AKA ‘Katherine Lulabi’
By Alex Billington
May 4, 2021
“It would be nice to be home.” Vertical Entertainment Indie premieres the official trailer for the hijacking thriller CaptiveOriginally identified as the feature directory of Cypriot filmmaker Savas Cristo. It premiered for the first time at the terrifying Ass Film Fest (in Chatanuga, TN) and also closed the Nevermore and Horrorhound Film Festivals this year. Original title Catherine’s Lulabi, The picture is about a teenage fugitive, who is trapped by a misleading man who thinks she is his own daughter. He has to play the part to survive and hopefully escape. Tory Costic They are as Lily, with a small cast William Curry, Jolen Anderson, And Meghan Hanako. It doesn’t seem too different to look at or provides anything more unique than the dozens of other recently released kidnapping and survival thrillers. Still, I hope it takes some twists and turns as soon as it’s over … that’s exactly the wit. Let’s see.
The new official trailer (+ poster) for Savas Christu is here CaptiveDirectly from YouTube:
Lily (Tori Kostic), a struggling teenager, runs away from her abusive father and finds herself lost in the depths of the forest. Panicked and alone, he is relieved when he crosses the remote cabin and goes to the estate for help. He met Evan, the middle-aged man who invited him with interest, providing a safe place to stay. Lily very quickly thinks something is off about Evan and expresses a desire to leave. Evan snaps at her kind demeanor and, enraged, pulls her into the basement and locks the door behind her. Soon, Lily realizes Evan is misleading and believes she has to play this role in order to survive her long, lost daughter, and so on. Captive, Formerly known as Catherine’s Lulabi, Both written and directed by Cypriot filmmakers Savvas ChristuHe finally made his directorial debut after many more short films. Produced by Savas Christu and Melissa Gutierrez. It last premiered at the Freining Ass Film Fest last year. The vertical will release Christ Captive Direct-to-VOD turned on May 7th. Anyone interested?