This is a very intriguing film, and the torture is more on the psychological scale than physical pain. It turns out she has been under heavy surveillance, and this results in her being kidnaped. Everyone involved seem so incredibly cold and professional. They act very concerned with her well being, but yet she is totally restrained and confined in a room, that is secured by a loud lock. The sound of the lock is like that of a jail cell closing behind a prisoner, and it meant to give a sense of helplessness. She is asked a lot of questions, but never given a what or why. A positive of the movie is that the reason is kept far into the story, and even then unwrapped very slowly. The title of the film is rupture, but the reason why is not going to be guessed until it is disclosed, and even then the reason still obscured. This approach helped sell the movie to me, as it is not a run of the mill story. Otherwise, I would have given it only three stars. Oh, by the way, her role shows that she is very smart. She doesn't make stupid mistakes, and for a movie with a female lead, refreshing.