Source: The Hollywood Reporter
Viewers are plunged deep into a real life horror story in “A Woman Captured,” the tense and moving feature-length debut by Hungarian director Bernadett Tuza-Ritter.
More conspiratorial than observational, this nightmarishly claustrophobic documentary about a middle-aged woman trapped in the toils of “modern slavery” in Hungary as an unpaid 24/7 live-in housemaid gradually takes on the contours of a dramatic thriller as Tuza-Ritter aids her protagonist’s bid to escape a tyrannical employer who is often heard but never seen.
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