The Captor was originally called Stockholm, in a film based on a bizarre, but true, bank heist in 1973 which turned into a hostage crisis and spawned the term “Stockholm Syndrome”, as the captor bonds with the person initiating the heist.

With only 90 minutes to tell its story, it doesn’t hang about, as Kaj (Ethan Hawke) heads straight into the bank to begin, and all the staff and customers dive for cover, including bank teller Bianca (Noomi Rapace). He states he wants $1m, plus a man called Gunnar Sorensson (Mark Strong) by 3pm, later extending his demands to the same car as the one driven by Steve McQueen in Bullitt.