Dead Kids is a gender-bending film that tells the story of a socially awkward teenager
Dead Kids is a gender-bending film that tells the story of a socially awkward teenager who bonds with a group of misfits and then plots on kidnapping their school’s arrogant rich kid. Dead Kids, the first Filipino Netflix Original film, will be premiering soon, and now we have the full trailer starring Khalil Ramos, Sue Ramirez, and more actors. Inspired by true events, the movie is about a group of teenage boys who recruit their socially awkward classmate to kidnap the school bully.
Dead Kids The crime-thriller, which will debut exclusively on Netflix before the end of the year, follows a group of students who conspire to kidnap a classmate for ransom money. Red, whose acclaimed film “Birdshot” was also the first Philippine film to stream on Netflix, said it “has always been my dream as a filmmaker to bring Filipino cinema to a global audience.” “I am so glad and honored for ‘Dead Kids’ to be a Netflix Film, which is a testament to the world-class talent here in the Philippines… I hope people around the world will appreciate ‘Dead Kids,’ and I hope this also helps open doors for more Filipino filmmakers,” he said. The Globe Studios-produced “Dead Kids” is only one of many film projects Red has been juggling in the past year. Notably, Star Cinema’s “Eerie” was released in early 2019 to critical acclaim.
The genre-bending film, loosely based on true events, is about a group of high school kids who decide to kidnap one of their classmates – who turns out to be the son of a powerful narco-politician. Mikhail’s previous films include coming-of-age drama Birdshot, neo-noir thriller Neomanila, and horror film Eerie. He has another upcoming film, Block Z, produced by Star Cinema. Dead Kids stars Sue Ramirez, Khalil Ramos, Markus Paterson, Vance Larena, Kelvin Miranda, Gabby Padilla, and Jan Silverio. Here is the movie trailer.
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