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no better than a television news show
20 March 2004 | by See all my reviews



An investigation of the sex trade in South East Asia. I learned some interesting things from watching but overall I would not recommend this movie. It's no better than watching a 60 minutes investigates on television. The editing and interviews are not very good. There is an uncomfortably long time spent listening to the broken and hardly understandable rambling English of a young girl. The end of the movie is nothing but showing politicians from Washington trying to appear as if they are concerned about the trafficking of women. After the movie, however, I did feel that I had a better understanding of some of the political and social situation in South East Asia.


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