Liam Neeson returns as Bryan Mills, the former CIA agent who ran away at nothing to save his daughter kidnapped in the first film Taken. In Taken 2, Mills becomes the target of a mysterious character who seeks revenge, and he must use his special talents to protect the family of an army of mercenaries who wants to kill them.
The famous filmmaker Luc Besson (co-writer and producer), Robert Mark Kamen co-writer (who also worked on the first film Taken alongside Besson) and director Olivier Megaton (Columbiana, Transporter 3) bring to the big screen Taken 2: Terror in Istanbul, which comes after the colossal worldwide success of the film Taken, launched in 2008, the film grossed 224 million dollars.
The audience cheered Neeson in the role of Bryan Mills, a father whose talents hiperprotector – practiced over many covert operations – were put to the test long after retiring from the CIA. Determined to recover his daughter after she was abducted from a luxury Parisian apartment, Bryan’s adventures in Taken: Terror in Paris were immediately understood and admired by every parent. And this time, Mills is capable of anything to regain freedom and to save the family from the hands of mobsters.