Modern slave


Slavery has not been abolished. Here is the story of a woman's slavery and the impact the filmmaker's presence has on her life.

Nita is a freelance journalist and critic for MODERN TIMES.
E-mail: olivianita@outlook.com
Published: February 1, 2018
A Woman Captured
Director: Bernadett tuza-ritter
(Hungary)

It is 2017, and slavery certainly does not belong to the past. Despite all the progress made over the last century in the field of social and human rights, an estimated 1,2 millions of people are living as slaves in Europe today. They are around us on all sides and in full daylight, but are too scared to go to the police, too scared to ask anyone for help. Without seeing and without knowing it, we have all probably passed someone in such a situation. What would you do if you knew? Hungarian director Bernadett Tuza-Ritter met Marish, and this meeting changed the lives of both.

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