A Woman Captured (2017)
Critic Reviews for A Woman Captured
Hungarian docmaker Bernadett Tuza-Ritter's stirring, Sundance-tapped debut draws a hapless victim of modern-day slavery from the shadows.
An unequivocally powerful and very moving film, A Woman Captured is unflinching in its determination to emphasise how urgent and ubiquitous experiences like Marish's are. A Woman Captured is essential viewing.
Despite the troubled navigation of its own approach and ethics, as a documentation of human exploitation in a time and place where many won't expect to find it, A Woman Captured is illuminating viewing.
A Woman Captured is an astonishing documentary of a buoyantly spirited woman and the filmmaker she entrusts in sharing her life story.
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