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  • Format: DVD-Video
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Lionsgate
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000YIGND6
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #44,965 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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When 13-year-old Adriana is kidnapped by sex traffickers in Mexico City her 17-year-old brother Jorge sets off on a desperate mission to save her. As Jorge dodges overwhelming obstacles to track the girl's abductors he meets Ray (Kevin Kline) a Texas cop whose own family loss leads him to become an ally. TRADE is a thrilling story of courage and a devastating exposure of one of the world's most heinous crimes.Cast: Kevin Kline Cesar Ramos Alicja Bachleda Paulina GaitanDirector: Marco KreuzpaintnerSpecial Features: Director Commentary "Chasing Shadows" Featurette - a behind-the-scenes look at TRADE "Paper to Print" Featurette - how the moving New York Times article became the film Deleted ScenesSystem Requirements:Run Time: 120 Mins.Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: DRAMA/CRIME & CRIMINALS Rating: R UPC: 031398222019 Manufacturer No: 22201

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Justice_seeker on June 6 2011
Format: DVD
The love of money is the root of all evil. It is a combination of the culture promoted today that tells everyone to act on their body's impulses and lustful thoughts, the billboards portraying women as objects of desire and playthings for men... the society that overlooks all the women and children as indespensible to be used and then thrown away as often as we do with dirty rags. Human beings are not for sale, least of all the most vulnerable. Then of course there are those profitting off the suffering of these women and children being sold and raped until they get sick and die or are beaten to death when they become a problem or liability. So it is the love of money and men who have thrown all morals, values, and consideration for other human beings to fulfill their own selfish and destructive desires that fuel this industry of organized crime and sorrow. This movie follows the story of a woman and a young girl, both abducted to be sold into the sex slave trade and what happens to them. If you watch this, I urge you to continue the research and then act on the knowledge you have gained. Spread the word about the fastest growing crime worldwide, and take a stand in your own community. We're only blind to slavery because we are not looking for it. It could be happening in your own backyard, or your neighbours'.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tracy L on Nov. 30 2012
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This movie shows a side of the world that we choose to ignore. Most of us know that human trafficking exists but we'd much rather pretend it doesn't and go on with our lives. Well this story explicitly shows what the things we don't want to think about are really like. The characters are likable - and equally hatable - and the story moves at a good pace. Eye opening and heartbreaking.
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By Jeremy on Oct. 3 2014
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Its alright nothing great at it if you need to pass the time other then that pass it buy
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By Liz Aub on July 13 2014
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This was quite a good movie though I found it moved a little slowly for me.
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50 of 51 people found the following review helpful
The Dirty Little Secret of International Sex Slave Trade: A Wake-up Call Jan. 31 2008
By Grady Harp - Published on
Format: DVD
Based on an article written by Peter Landesman, who also wrote the story and co-wrote the screenplay with Jose Rivera ('The Motorcycle Diaries'), TRADE literally forces us to experience the cruel, vicious international market for sex slaves. It is brutally captured on film by director Marco Kreuzpaintner ('Summer Storm') in a manner that spares nothing to unveil the atrocities created by the many people form all countries who ply this trade. It is a tough film to watch, but it is also an important film to see: the public MUST be made aware of this criminal activity that robs the lives of children and adults around the globe.

The setting is Mexico City and in the poor sector lives a fatherless family supported by the oldest son Jorge (Cesar Ramos) whose 'occupation' is petty crime that allows him to bring in money for his mother and his beloved sister Adriana (Paulina Gaitan). We see the abduction of a beautiful young Polish girl Weronica (Alicja Bachleda-Curus) in the Russian sector of the city. Soon after Adriana, trying out her newest bicycle gift from Jorge, is likewise abducted. The girls (and boys) are kept in filthy apartments awaiting border crossings into the US where they will be shipped to New Jersey for sale after being advertised for auction on the Internet. Jorge discovers the absence of his sister, traces her to the Russian sector where he sees the filth in which the victims are kept, but where he also encounters a Texas policeman Ray Sheridan (Kevin Kline) who is continuing his years long search for his daughter. The two 'meet' and join in the chase for the lost girls. And it is the manner in which Jorge and Ray gradually become friends and the clever way in which they cooperate that forms the rest of the story.

Yes, the film is overlong and borders a bit too closely on soap opera techniques, but the acting is so committed and the story is news so important that any flaw in the film can be forgiven because it opens the door to a crime that is all too unfamiliar to most citizens. It is a true story and therein lies the terror. It should be seen. Grady Harp, January 08
29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
Very important film. Jan. 2 2008
By Steven Adam Renkovish - Published on
Format: DVD
I saw this at the Passion '07 Conference in Atlanta, GA at a special advanced screening, and I have to say that it is one of the most powerful and important films that I have seen in a long while. It portrays the horrors of sex trafficking, and how it affects the victims. The story is of a young man whose young sister is kidnapped and sold into sex trafficking. He teams up with a cop, played by Kevin Kline in a really good performance, and they set off to find her.

There are times when it resorts to cliches, and there are times when the dialogue is less than perfect, but I believe that these are only minor problems, and they did not dilute the film's strong message. I believe that the filmmaker's set out to show us something which is extremely important, something that should be dealt with. I hope that people see this film, and are able to look past the minor criticisms in order to see the bigger picture.

This is a tragic story, but most importantly it is a story of hope and redemption, and the little ways in which God looks after all of us.

Rated R for graphic depictions of rape and some language. I wouldn't recommend this for anyone under the age of 17.
23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Very Moving Film March 24 2008
By Russell Ferri - Published on
Format: DVD
This is a film that is hard to watch. If you are human, and you have a heart, this experience will definitely not be pleasant. Do not take this as a bad thing however; after the viewing was over, I felt almost a sense of relief and happiness knowing that many viewers will get their lives changed, because of this important little tale.

I will not provide a synopsis of the film; everyone else has summed that up well. What I would like to comment on is the outstanding performances. Within the first ten minutes I was dropped into this story, and I felt like I was involved. You go on a journey from Mexico to New Jersey, and there is a sense like you are a fly on the wall, and all you want to do is help the victims escape. The performances are strong enough that you will inevitably feel a suspension of disbelief.

This is a story that needed to be told, and in my opinion it was done well. This is not an exploitation piece. It is a film however that shows you all the grim details of this world; it is absolutely necessary to drive home it's point.

I recommend this to any viewer willing to take the pain to gain the important message this film has. You will feel sad; there is however a satisfying conclusion that will help with the sadness. You you are looking for an "escapist" film, do not watch this. It is not mindless entertainment like most movies these days, this actually has a point. I hope you will take my word for it, and just watch. Even though the subject matter is dark, it is important, and in my opinion necessary knowledge that every human being on this planet should have.
28 of 30 people found the following review helpful
A grim movie about human sexual trafficking Feb. 2 2008
By Z Hayes - Published on
Format: DVD
The sexual trafficking of women and children around the world is one of the most deplorable crimes and also one of the least understood and under the radar. Having watched a mini-series called Human Trafficking starring Mira Sorvino and Donald Sutherland, I was eager to check this movie out.

It is a riveting story and well-told. The story centers around the abduction of a Polish tourist, and also a 13 year old girl in mexico City[Paulina Gaitan] and how her 17 year old brother[Jorge Cesar Ramos] goes all out to find her. He is joined in his efforts by a Texas investigator, played by Kevin Kline, who has also been searching for his own missing daughter [for years]. Turns out the kidnapped victims are being transported to New Jersey where they are to be auctioned off online.This is a very disturbing movie and very graphic. The scenes of abuse and rape are unsettling to say the least. But, it is a story that needs to be told, and the public need to be made aware that these atrocities are happening, often under the noses of the authorities and people who seem to turn a blind eye to these monstrous acts.

There are so many commercial movies that the paying public goes to see, and that's fine. Yet, movies like these that have a powerful social message seem to be grossly underrated and underappreciated. "Trade" may not the definitive movie on the subject, yet it is definitely one with a powerful message that hopefully serves to educate the general public about the horrors of sexual trafficking.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Makes you angry March 14 2008
By huntinghawk - Published on
Format: DVD
I give this movie 4 stars because it got its message across with me. It pissed me off. The subject matter is as others have described, the kidnapping of girls and boys for the sex slave trade. I can't believe these people are able to live within their communities with everybody knowing what they do. I don't want to cross any lines here but I was very pleased with the ending of this movie which provided some justice for the viewers.

The acting was very good. Cesar Ramos did a great job playing the vengeful brother, and Kevin Kline is a master actor. I take my hat off to the cast. The pace was just right and kept my interest.

Like others have said, the subject matter is gruesome and there is a rape scene. Do not take the kids to see this movie.

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