A Captured Woman

(Sundance Film Festival) Through this film you sadly discover modern slavery is alive and well.  The pictured woman is only a few years older than me and yet she’s lived beyond her years in constant emotional and physical abuse. Bernadett Tuza-Ritter, first time director hits a chord with what started as a character study that will no doubt rock the boat in Hungary and possibly begin a movement.   She shot the documentary alone and yet it has the feel of one that’s heavily supported.  Cinematography and music are spot on. Intellectual date night.

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