A documentary following the trial of the Hong Kong woman who abused Indonesian domestic worker Erwiana Sulistyaningsih will be screened on June 3 at Hong Kong University.
Erwiana was abused by her boss Law Wan-tung in 2013 and 2014 while she was employed. The case made international headlines after photos of her extensive injuries went viral. Law was convicted and sentenced to six years imprisonment in 2015.
Erwiana: Justice for All follows the trial of Law and tells stories of other domestic workers in Indonesia, the Philippines and Hong Kong.
It also recounts the horror that Erwiana experienced at the hands of her employer.
The film will be shown on Saturday June 3 at Hong Kong University Room LE1.
Doors open at 6pm and the screening kicks off at 7pm. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with filmmaker Gabriel McKail, chair of the International Migrants Alliance Eni Lestari, and Erwiana herself via Skype.
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