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Very good film. You got to be in the mood to watch something like this. But when you do, its a well made film. All about Traffickers in South East Asia of children. A very sad movie, that is based on real life. Buy it, but it is a sad film about Trafficking children. Makes you think what go's on in this world. Evil people!
Shocking but, unfortunately true. Everyone should know that and stop these horrible facts happening. It is not possible to close our eyes on abuse of innocent children, as we would become like those human demons, guilty like them.
Such an eye opener for us all, the reality that human trafficking is going on and the reality that we are the ones encouraging it to happen! How some poor families in Asia and around the world will often "sacrifice one child" to survive is an incredible fact! Only after watching the move do you grasp the horror these children live and how life is a nightmare for these young girls, preferably virgins as they are sought after by so that some dirty dirty business men who fly up there on false pretense to feed their very warped minds with the innocents of a young girl! Where do these girls end up after years of prostitution? In America, working the massage parlors, nail businesses and being slaves in our neighborhoods. Kudos to Christopher Bessette, a multi-award winning motion picture writer/director/producer for exposing the truth as it has been masked for ever!
This is a hidden treasure of a film. The acting is wonderful. The story is multilayered and riveting. It is a timely, relevant ,gripping and true. If you like action, suspense ,and human drama then this movie is one to see.
This is the fictional story of a REAL problem in our society where men will go to foreign poorer countries to have sex with children! Imaging the life that these poor children would have if you can call it a life! Some families from poorer countries are given a token amount of cash which for them might be a life-changer and told that their daughter would be given a WONDERFUL job in North America. In reality they are brought to Canada or the US and their passports are taken and locked up. They do not speak the language. They have no money unless they do what they are told - to please men's vilest desires. This happens right near us in beautiful Niagara Falls, Ontario and many other places around the world. The movie refers us to one such organization which you too can help to bring these girls out of sex slavery.
This film is an eye-opener for all. And something everyone should understand is that tourists who go to other countries to purchase sex with children have likely already molested children in their own country as well.