A young Asian girl, Mudan, is forced into modern day slavery by a brutal child brothel owner. Mudan soon befriends another young girl in the brothel, and starts dreaming of a better life with her mother in America.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Nicole Nishimoto ...
Mudan
Shannon Lu ...
Faye
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Madam Zhao
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Younger Man
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Mudan's Mother (as Jane Park)
Peter Yeung ...
Older Man
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Lin
Tiffany Huang ...
Brothel Girl
Jenni Wu ...
Brothel Girl
Hy Siu ...
Brothel Girl
Ben Park ...
Man in Brothel
John Kelly ...
White Man
John Pickett III ...
Black Man
Wilson G. Tang ...
Brothel Guard
Nicholas Huynh ...
Truck Driver
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A young Asian girl, Mudan, is forced into modern day slavery by a brutal child brothel owner. Mudan soon befriends another young girl in the brothel, and starts dreaming of a better life with her mother in America.

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Terry Coonan, a world-renowned expert on human trafficking, caught wind of Fields of Mudan while it was in pre-production. He soon became its technical advisor as well as financing parts of the project. See more »

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beautiful film
6 November 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I saw this film at an Amnesty International Film Festival of 20 films and this one, in a field of really excellent films, was the best by far. Not only does it show, in a very subtle way, part of the real horror of our world where children can be exploited to appease the sick lusts of adults with enough money to pay for what they want and no conscience to stop themselves, but it accomplished this in a poetic, beautiful and ironic way. All the actors are terrific, and the ending has the same powerful effect as other great short films of the past. There is mystery and foreshadowing to a secret that the audience doesn't even know they are waiting for-- which, when revealed, bursts a huge bubble of preconceived notions and prejudices and makes one even angrier, with a intensified desire to stop these monstrosities. Bravo.


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