Netflix viewers shocked by the ‘disturbing film’ as dark scenes make them sick


Starring Tarynmanning, Cleveland Abduction 2015 crime drama is based on a true story of the abduction and decade-long captivity of three young women by their abuser in the early 00s.

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The true crime drama Cleveland Abduction is now available on Netflix. Everyone has been talking about how disturbing it is.

Based on the Ariel Castro kidnappings the crime drama stars Taryn Martinez, Raymond Cruz, Joe Morton, and is an adaptation from Michelle Knight’s memoir Finding Me, A Decade of Darkness and a Life Reclaimed.

Cleveland Abduction was originally released in 2015 as a movie made for television. Since its arrival on Netflix, it has been watched by a new audience.

The story follows Michelle Knight, the first victim to be imprisoned at Ariel Castro’s Cleveland, Ohio home in the early 2000s.

Michelle – portrayed on screen by Taryn Manning – disappeared on 23 August 2002 after leaving a cousin’s house.

Castro holds her captive and eventually two other women are held with her. She then subjected to sexual and physical abuse.

Taryn, who appeared in hits such as Orange is the New Black and The Big Bang Theory, said she felt the same. “anxious”Before taking on the major role in 2015

When asked by Marie ClaireIf she felt uncomfortable about entering such a horrible world, she responded: “Yes. I don’t think I have ever been so anxious or nervous in my career as an actress.

But it was a different type of nerves that I truly cannot articulate.”

Cleveland Abduction, seven years after its original release date has shocked a new audience because of the frightening true story.

“Cleveland Abduction is one of the most disturbing things I’ve ever watched. There’s some sick freaks in this world,”One viewer took to the muse, while another added: “Watching Cleveland Abduction and I’m currently deeply disturbed.”

The third was added: “But the thought of it actually being a true story disgusted me so much I can’t even imagine how traumatising it must have been for those girls…”

Many people in the UK have been disappointed by Netflix’s ‘disturbing crime drama’ after there was a lot of buzz online.

This week, one fan used Twitter to reflect: “Why is #clevelandabduction not on my #netflix?”

Another person directly tweeted the streaming giant “Why did you guys lie about Cleveland Abduction? It isn’t even there.”

A third party pleaded: “@NetflixUK will Cleveland Abduction be shown on UK Netflix? i’m reading a lot about this and need to see it.”

Netflix’s synopsis of the movie can be found here for those who have VPNs or are in countries where the movie has been made available to them on their subscription plans. “Abducted and imprisoned, Michelle Knight finds the will to survive amid the most horrific and heartbreaking of circumstances in this true-crime drama.”

Michelle, just 21 years old at the time of Castro’s kidnapping, was scheduled to appear before a court in child custody cases for her son.

In April 2003, he abducted Amanda Berry (17 years old) and Gina DeJesus (14 years old) as his last victim.

Amanda had Castro’s child while she was in captivity.