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Queen of the Amazon

USA 2021
produced by
Nick Dreselly Thomas, Marlin Darrah, Carson Grant, Robert Nadell (executive), Michael McConnell (executive), Mona Pittenger (executive) for Amazon Movie, LLC
directed by Marlin Darrah
starring Carly Diamond Stone, Carson Grant, Nick Dreselly Thomas, Massi Furlan, Alfonso DiLuca, Vicky Dawson, Clayton Meek, Cristina Encarnacion, Chris Boylston, Alexandre Tenorio Marques, Rodrigo Fernandez, Rodolfo Rafael Silva Cavallaro, DuPaw Tuyuka, Mark Baker, Marlin Darrah, Michael McConnell
written by Marlin Darrah, Rick Cullis, Richard Lasser, music by Marcello De Francisci, Brandon Maahs

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Together with her ex Flynn (Nick Dreselly Thomas), Jackie (Carly Diamond Stone) runs a riverboat for tourist cruises on the Amazon, and at first the current cruise seems like one like any other, with a mix of passengers including Romero (Alfonso DiLuca), a journalist interested in rain forest preservation, Maggie (Vicky Dawson) and Leilah (Cristina Encarnacion), mother and daughter on a reconciliation trip, young and handsome Silva (Clayton Meek), who soon gets friendly with Leilah, and his friend Machado (Massi Furlan), the asshole of the bunch. Problems start to arise when along the way, the engine breaks down, and to afford repairs, Jackie has to accept another passenger - her own dad Francisco (Carson Grant), who she has sworn to never talk to again. But things really get bad when Silva and Machado show their true colours. You see, they have actually stolen a shitload of money from some big company, then lost the loot which which eventually found itself on a plane that went down in the region here, and now they want the money back. When Romero recognizes Machado, Machado brutally kills him, and then he and Silva take all the crew and passengers hostage. And Machado is quick with his gun, too ...


A very beautifully filmed movie, that admittedly in the first half feels a little bit like Love Boat, as the building up of tension is a little on the slow side, but that's really made up for by some truly beautiful photography, and the film showing it's got its heart in the right place. But once the thriller part of the movie sets properly in, the film shows its class, and also weaves the Amazonian backdrop into the plot very well, to make this one exciting ride.




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