I've done a lot of research on human trafficking, from books to documentaries to online reading and testimonies of women/girls rescued from it. I found this movie fairly realistic in terms of how the girls are treated and the actors playing the roles of her captors and abusers were chillingly convincing and cold. This is not a movie for children or even young teenagers. I would only recommend this to people who, after being made aware of this injustice happening worldwide, are willing to take steps to raise awareness and fight it in whatever capacity they are able to. If you have a promiscuous teenage daughter who likes to take risks or is a bit of a flirt and is naive to the dangers, maybe invite her to watch this movie with you so she can see how her actions can make her a target for people in this industry. Again, this is not a popcorn night movie for your entertainment. It's purpose is to educate people about the fastest growing organized crime worldwide that is only second to the drug dealing and weapons. It is growing faster than both of those. You can't watch this movie and walk away, doing nothing. This is a call to act. So if you are not prepared to act with the new knowledge given to you, leave this movie alone.