Fredrick
A film about mysteries and revelations
2D

Fredrick

Hindi
SuspenseThriller
27 May, 2016
2 hrs 09 mins
51%
195 votes
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SYNOPSIS
The story begins with a 16-year-old boy, who seems just like all the other boys, except that his shares an unusual bond with another boy of his age. This bond is strongly opposed by his father. So much so that the father gets violent with the boy`s friend. One fateful day, unfortunate events take place. This is where the story begins...
19 years later, in the breathtakingly gorgeous valleys and beautifully draped, snow-covered mountains of Mussoorie, a dark, unknown shadow runs a nightmare that is human trafficking. Nobody knows who this person is and no one has seen this person. However, people have heard his name it is Fredrick. Vikram, a suspended IB agent, with his wife Amrita, are on a special mission. They intend to get entrapped in this evil web by choice. What can be the reason behind wanting to get deliberately kidnapped? What is the plan? What will they lose or gain in this mysterious journey? The story takes a surprising and an unimaginable turn when Vikram realizes that all the shocking clues they find during their search are all linked to one person - Fredrick.
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It`s a pedantic thriller that has gay men at it`s center. And you don`t know which is doing disservice to the other. So in the end you just resign to the fate of cheap thrills and you watch a cop fighting bad guys as he weeps away to glory. ...Read full review
The movie begins with a prologue that takes you back to Fredrick`s `humble` beginnings. His back story is cringeworthy, the one that involves a young boy coming to terms with his sexual orientation, a father with massive anger management issues and a dramatic night that changed the course of all their lives. At its core, the plot has its plusses which if developed, could`ve made for a watchable film. But the writers fail to infuse tension and drama, making it a flat tale that lacks intensity. ...Read full review
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