Available from Tuesday in France, the new detective film on Netflix entitled Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey is already controversial internationally. It would be so traumatic that most users of the platform would not be able to complete it. On the networks, Netflix users express their amazement.
On Netflix, a new detective film is already controversial internationally. It is Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey, which will not be available until next Tuesday on Netflix France. ” In this real-life film, a Florida teenager is kidnapped and escapes, but struggles to convince the police and her family of her ordeal »Says the synopsis.
Netflix: horrific and traumatic new detective film is controversial
Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey tells the gruesome story of the appalling kidnapping and rape of American teenage Lisa McVey in the 1980s and by a serial killer in Florida. While it has been censored in multiple countries, the film was recently released in the UK on the Netflix streaming platform, where it deeply shocked most viewers.
In the facts, Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey is a 2018 Canadian-U.S. crime television film directed by Jim Donovan. The film stars Katie Douglas as Lisa McVey, Rossif Sutherland and David James Elliott. He thus tells the true story of this American teenager, kidnapped and raped for 26 hours by the serial killer. Bobby Joe Long. Lisa McVey was one of two victims to survive him.
Upon release, the film received a special theatrical screening in Tampa, in the same theater where Bobby Joe Long was arrested in 1984. The screening was honored by the presence of Lisa McVey Noland. It will have been awarded with numerous honorary prizes and distinctions of all kinds. Despite everything, its cold, harsh, direct content, drawn from an inconceivable true story, shocks and disturbs.
Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey will arrive in France on Netflix on Tuesday.