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Human Trafficking

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  • Actors: Lynne Adams, Sarah Allen, Andreas Apergis, Manuel Aranguiz, Isabelle Blais
  • Directors: Christian Duguay
  • Writers: Carol Doyle, Agatha Dominik
  • Producers: Christian Duguay, Betty Palik, Carol Doyle, François Sylvestre, Irene Litinsky
  • Format: NTSC
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Studio: Alliance Films
  • Release Date: April 4 2006
  • Run Time: 176 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B000EHQTRW
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #62,148 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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The Lifetime cable channel made TV history with this ambitious, acclaimed original miniseries on the horrifying phenomenon of human trafficking, or sexual slavery. It follows the fictional cases of young women around the world, lured or abducted, sometimes right off the street, into a world of unspeakable brutality--which the filmmakers show in almost overwhelming detail at times. Mira Sorvino and Donald Sutherland star as American government officials bent on exposing and stopping the phenomenon, and both are more than serviceable in their roles. But the revelation is Robert Carlyle, the Scottish star of The Full Monty and Trainspotting, who here is transformed into a ruthless criminal mastermind behind his own trafficking network. Even his Eastern European accent is spot-on and blood-chilling. The supporting cast of women and girls is strong, and in some cases, truly heartbreaking. And while sometimes almost unbearably harsh, the film serves as a reminder this terrible situation still exists and thrives; and told through the characters, is also a well-paced thriller. --A.T. Hurley

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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.
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This is not a movie for the faint at heart. It is an edge of the seat horrific tale of human suffering. Eye opening and riviting it educates you on the lives of those sold into slavery. I vacilate between being haunted by the images, wishing I had never seen it and yet glad to be made aware of the phlight of so many. The plot twists are incredibly well done, using imagery ,well not grafic, still more than makes its points. The acting is suberb showing the numbing of the woman and the terror of the children. The story may be fiction but they stick very close the facts and reality. Very well done!
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It's very important to realize what happen about human traficking. A reality that concerns about 27 millions people. This film has confirmed all the sources I've read, it's very hard but nothing in this film is free, everything is calculated to denounce this reality and how we are concern by that.
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This has to be of the most incredible movies I have ever watched. What an eye-opener. Also very shocking to say the least. I highly suggest anyone thinking about this movie to get it, get it, get it
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This mini series is very difficult to watch. It's not pleasant by any means and it isn't enjoyable. But it's very good. Extremely well acted, although I would say the lead female character who works for ICE was the weakest acting. It's intense and emotional and opened my eyes to the horrors that some people face every day.
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