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Hungarian Filmmaker Tells Domestic Slave's Story - and Helps Her Escape

When filmmaker Bernadett Tuza-Ritter met 52-year-old Marish, a Hungarian factory worker and maid, she was drawn to her haggard face - one that seemed as if it belonged to a much older woman. Tuza-Ritter asked if she could film Marish's life, factory by day and househelp by night, for a few days to make a five-minute film. But those few days turned into 18 months as the director slowly understood the dark reality she was capturing. "I'm not sure there was a moment I...

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