Not knowing what I was in for I type this review feeling thoroughly emotionally drained. It's a dark, depressing, devastating and disturbing drama. Chillingly performed and far scarier than any horror movie I have seen. There is no respite from this horror. Harrowing and utterly compelling. Brutally done. And yet what we see, though horrific and tragic, is nothing compared to what we don't see and what actually happened and happens still. An important film that needs to be seen. It will stay with you after the credits have rolled. That may read trite but it's a statement of truth and fact. I bought this film because I like Rachel Weisz. And she is heartbreakingly good here. Strong and vulnerable, brave and beautiful in the face of such atrocities. Hers is a stunning portrayal of a woman trying to do the right thing and paying the price for it. I cannot recommend this film highly enough but my recommendation comes with a warning: this film will not give you any type, sort or kind of happiness whatsoever at all. You have been forewarned.