In this story inspired by real characters, three girls from America, Nigeria and India are trafficked through an elaborate global network and enslaved in a Texas brothel, and must together attempt a daring escape to reclaim their freedom.
Exploring the serious issue of Human trafficking in our own country; especially the trafficking of children as young as five years. Giving an inside look at the devastation these children face on a daily basis.
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Millions of vulnerable girls worldwide are being ensnared by human traffickers into the insidious world of sex slavery and exploited relentlessly to generate profits of one hundred billion dollars a year. That is more than the annual profits of Google, Microsoft, Nike and Starbucks combined. Inspired by real characters from the award winning book 'Sex Trafficking' by Siddharth Kara, this is the story of three such girls from America, Nigeria and India. After being trafficked through an elaborate global network of illicit human, organ, and drug trafficking, all three girls end up as sex slaves in a brothel in Texas. Together they attempt to escape their enslavement and reclaim their freedom.
I've watched this movie twice now, and both times I was sickened by what rich people with money really have the ability and power to do. IT WAS AN EYE OPENER!!!! It's obvious to me that DEBS review on this movie was NOT EVEN CLOSE to what the movie is showing us. The FACT that DEBS reviews only shows us SHE DOESN'T LIKE ASHLEY JUDD!!!!!
DEB unfortunately missed the entire point of the movie!!!! (WEIRD). IT IS SAD!!!
I feel this movie showed us a 100,000 billion dollar point of view here with organs, drugs, and Human Trafficking.
In my Opinion, this movie woke me up to what is not only going on around the rest of the world, but going on in our own COUNTRY.
I feel the actors did a wonderful job in portraying the defiling, inhuman acts by men and women both on this subject.
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