Marish is a 53-year-old Hungarian woman who has been serving a family for a decade, working twenty hours a day without being paid. Forbidden to leave the house without permission, she is treated like an animal, with no bed to sleep in and only leftovers to eat. In one of the boldest investigative stories of recent years, Hungarian film-maker Bernadett Tuza-Ritter’s shocking film shows, in almost full view, the exhaustion of being entrapped as a slave and what it takes to get out of it.
‘The film is an outstanding personal and social-justice achievement.’
Charlie Phillips, The Guardian
Post-film Q & A session led by Dr Carrie Ford from the Cambridge Centre for Applied Research in Human Trafficking.
Director: Bernadett Tuza-Ritter
Runtime: 1hr 29min
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