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Alpha Code

USA / Czech Republic 2020
produced by
Milan Friedrich, Phillip B. Goldfine, Binh Dang, Hana Smutna, Zuzana Prusova, David Smutny, Keoni Waxman (executive), Benjamin F. Sacks (executive), David Davis (executive), William Friedrich (executive) for Alpha Hollywood Studios, Hollywood Media Bridge, Action House Pictures, Film Production Prague, Hollywood Stars
directed by Keoni Waxman
starring Bren Foster, Denise Richards, Randy Couture, Marek Vasut, Sabina Rojková, Jordan Haj, Vojtech Dyk, Massimo Dobrovic, Andrea Pomeje, Miroslav Simunek, Pavel Bezdek, Simona Lewandowská, Milan Friedrich, Nataly Pohorská, Michaela Holla, Jakub Vaverka, Howard Lotker, Petra Buckova, Hana Smutna, Damian Odess-Gillett, Ales Bílík, Ludek Jelen, Jones Santos Santana, Jan Unger, Zuzana Prusova, Nikola Vorlová, Tereza Kostvovalová, Karolína Dzurendová, Patrik Kolbl, David Smutny, Ivana Friedrichová, Andrea McDonald, William Friedrich, Marie Rohlová, Veronika Mackova, Mariana Franclová, Sarah Ungerová, Natalie Rajchartová, Karel Rajchart, Markéta Tyrpeklová, Arian Radon, Radek Pohorský
story by Milan Friedrich, screenplay by Keoni Waxman, Milan Friedrich, music by Karel Antonín, visual effects by Viktor Adamec

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Martin (Bren Foster) leads a good life as boss of a successful robotics company, and apart from the fact that his wife has disappeared a couple of years ago, he really doesn't have anything to complain about - until one day his daughter Teri (Sabina Rojková) is abducted by aliens before his very eyes ... which really brings back memories what has happened to her mother back when. Thing is, suddenly Martin finds himself on the radar of some sinister gouvernment agency, and a squad led by agent Bowie (Randy Couture) wants to question him, and really won't stop at nothing to get their answers. Thing is, Martin doesn't have the answers, and thus decides to give Bowie and company the slip. And eventually he hooks up with Johana (Denise Richards), a sort of specialist when it comes to alien abductions, and she in turn takes him to a group of people affected by alien abductions led by Lance (Marek Vasut), who are in deep hiding in the mittle of nowhere. Lance opens Martin's eyes to what's really behind the whole affair, and that there's definite hope for both his wife and daughter. But that said, it's not long before Bowie and company have caught up with Martin, and whatever truzh Lance wants to share with him and Johana, they're hell-bent to supress it - and they're armed to the teeth, too ...


A film that differs quite a bit from your usual alien abduction fare, as it takes a more esoteric approach to things, and really contradicts the usual conspiracy theories associated with the genre - which is not to say the film doesn't work as a solid thriller as well, because it does, it has all its intrigue, its tension, its action in all the right places, the direction is atmosphere-heavy without suffocating its story and subtext, and the cast is solid enough to keep things grounded. And all of this actually makes for a pretty cool alien abduction thriller - that almost certainly will catch you by surprise every now and again.


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