What do you get for the man who has it all? Especially if the man in question happens to be a brother you don’t always care about. In Saban Films’ new thriller, Take the Night, William Chang (Roy Huang) decides to hold a surprise party for his brother, Robert Chang (Sam Song Li). However, William wants Robert to suffer a little, so he hires a crew to “kidnap” his brother and deliver him to the party site. But in the first trailer for the film, William’s plans take a dark turn when the crew he hired has plans of his own.
Seth McTigue wrote and directed Take the Night, in addition to co-starring as Chad, one of the criminals hired by William. The problem with hiring criminals is that they tend to rob you blind. Chad and his friends realize that a real kidnapping of Robert can line up wealth for them in cryptocurrency. Once William and Robert discover the full extent of the threat against them, they must set aside their sibling rivalry if they want to save their wealth and each other.
Here is the synopsis of Saban Films:
“An ingenious, irritating crime thriller, Take the Night is a twisted tale of sibling rivalry and family secrets. kidnapping of his brother Robert. But the crew has their own plans. The brothers must put aside their fraternal rivalry if they want to save the family’s wealth. “
Brennan Keel Cook also stars in the film as Todd, with Shomari Love as Shannon, Antonio Aaron as Justin, Grace Serrano as Melissa,
Ashwin Gore as Rekesh, Bobby Nish as Isaac Chang, Kelvin Han Yee as Mr. Chang, Leah Zhang as Mrs. Chang, Pierce Kang as Young William Chang, Kai To as Young Robert Chang, Valéry Lessard as Sandy, and Bryan Fitzgerald as Bruce. Thomas Bell, Kenneth Beck, and Marlon Aquino also have supporting parts in the film.
Take the Night will be released theatrically and in digital formats on Tuesday, July 12th.