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Sold (2016)

PG-13 | | Drama | 1 April 2016 (USA)
A girl risks everything for freedom after being trafficked from her mountain village in Nepal to a brothel in India.

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Cast

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Sophia
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Sam
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Monica
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Bimla
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Varun
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Vikram
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Amma
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Anita
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Mrs. Tripathi
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Lakshmi
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Jessica
Gopi Desai ...
Diya
Tanaji Dasgupta ...
Jai
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Storyline

In Nepal, during a feast, a thirteen-year-old girl will meet a woman who is different from the ones in her village. That woman will make an offer to the girl's parents in order to let her take their daughter to another city, where she will be able to work as a kind of housekeeper. Soon after they cross the borders in India, the girl will find out that she is going to live in a brothel. Written by sophouli

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Drama

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Rated PG-13 for disturbing thematic material involving the trafficking of children

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Gillian Anderson is an activist herself who works for many charities. See more »

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Lakshmi At Work
Music by John McDowell
© 2016 Rukus Avenue Inc.
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This captivating film opened my eyes to the horrors of human trafficking
8 April 2015 | by (Albany, NY) – See all my reviews

I loved this movie! It is an eye opening story of human trafficking told about one girl whom is sold into slavery but brings to light the prevalence of this tragedy in India and throughout the world.

Some of the scenes are tough to see but are realistic to what these children and women go through in reality. You could not make such a great movie about such a tough subject without showing some of the horrors that these women and children go through. It is filmed in India and Nepal with fantastic location shots. There are some very heart warming scenes that remind you these are just children.

After seeing this film you will want to get involved in some way to stop human trafficking. This is a must see movie! Don't miss this eyeopening film!


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