Depending on Margaret Atwood’s same named 1985 novel, THE HANDMAID’S TALE stars Elisabeth Moss as Offred, a frantic female trapped in a transformed America. 1st fertility rates fallen as well as the earth was poisoned. Then extreme conservatives had been voted into office. Female’s bank accounts have been closed, and all political power was yanked from the hands of theirs. Last but not least, several females had been rounded up and murdered, some were deemed wives and permitted to live practically regular lives, and some had been enslaved. Offred is just one of those slaves, a handmaid that should have sex with the master of her in intricate semiformal ceremonies in the hopes that she is going to bear kids for him as well as the wife of his. in case she fails, or even if she is found breaking the rules, she will be delivered to the Colonies to clean up toxic waste and die a terrible death. But Offred features a secret: She is not really a believer. She is simply watching for the opportunity to break free, hurt individuals who have damage her, and somehow come across the daughter the state took from her.