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Nurses and social workers trained to identify victims of human trafficking and slavery

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European Resource Center

The film is inspired by real characters from the award-winning book "Sex Trafficking" by Harvard professor Siddharth Kara.

Inspired by real characters from the award-winning book “Sex Trafficking” by Harvard professor Siddharth Kara, Will Wallace’s “Trafficked” follows a trio of intertwining stories about young women forced into the world of human, organ, drug, and gun trafficking. The film focuses on three girls — from America, Nigeria, and India — who, though horrific experiences in the trafficking world, end up as sex slaves in a Texas brothel.

Starring Ashley Judd, Anne Archer, Elisabeth Röhm, Sean Patrick Flanery, Madison Wolfe, and Patrick Duffy, the film looks to cast a glaring light on the human trafficking trade, bolstered by fact-based reporting from Kara. The professor has been researching, writing, teaching, and advocating against modern slavery for nearly two decades, and the film is a continuation of that essential work.

Appropriately enough, the film will have a premiere and gala reception at the United Nations, hosted by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) next month, before hitting limited release.

“Trafficked” will hold its premiere at the United Nations on October 5, followed by a limited theatrical release on October 6 and a wider roll-out on October 13. Check out our exclusive trailer for “Trafficked” below.

(Click to watch official trailer)

(Reference: www.indiewire.com)

 

 

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