The Seasoning House (2012)

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“The Seasoning House” is a 2012 British horror film directed by Paul Hyett. The movie follows the story of a deaf-mute girl named Angel, who is taken to a brothel known as the “Seasoning House” after her family is killed during the Balkan Wars.

The “Seasoning House” is a place where young girls are forced into prostitution and are kept drugged and subdued. Angel is forced to work there as a housekeeper, cleaning up after the girls and preparing them for their clients. However, Angel finds a way to communicate with the girls through sign language and forms a bond with one of them named Vanya.

As the story unfolds, Angel uses her knowledge of the house’s layout and her ingenuity to help Vanya escape. In the process, Angel must confront the brothel’s ruthless owner, Viktor, and his sadistic enforcer, Goran.

The film deals with themes such as human trafficking, sexual exploitation, and the brutality of war. It received mixed reviews upon its release, with some critics praising its tense atmosphere and strong performances, while others criticized its graphic violence and exploitation of the subject matter.

Duration: 90 min.


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