In the past, there has been some discussions on Stockholm Syndrome in this forum. For those not familiar with the term, it is when " ..... the hostages express empathy and have positive feelings towards their captors, sometimes to the point of defending them." (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stockholm_syndrome
Recently, I watched the Elizabeth Smart story in movie and the chilling thing is that Elizabeth had many occasions where she could escape ...., but she was too traumatized and griped with fear that she was unable to run and totally break free. The last encounter she had with the law enforcers ... she was in denial of who she actually was because she was afriad that if she told the truth ... her abuser would be harmed ... Her abuser had lied that the reason he took her into hostage was because he wanted to take care of her .... and it was God's will to do so ... I just shudder as I see the stark similarities in many of the abuser-victim roles at play in other real life situations including SA ..
I don't know where you can watch the movie for free as I've watched it on the TV.