Adam (played by Marcus Schenkenberg) is a designer with dreams of working in the Broadway theater as a production designer. One night he meets an attractive woman named Eveline (Beatrice Macola) at a party, and soon they're romantically involved. But the deeper Adam is drawn into this relationship, the more he realizes he doesn't know that much about Eveline -- and what he does learn proves to be troubling. By the time Adam is convinced he's attached to a unstable and deceitful woman, he has little chance of getting out unscathed. Hostage, the debut feature from Swedish-born director Fredrik Sundwall, was shot in New York City, with Swedish and Italian actors in the leading roles.
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