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3 July 2011 (UK) See more »
A fast-paced human trafficking thriller about modern-day child slavery, with the heart-stopping vibrancy, compassion and energy that only the fate of children inspires. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Inokentijs Vitkevics ... Georgie
Anna Krippa ... Russian Woman
Iulia Iarova ... Russian Girl
Yusra Warsama ... Anna Costa
Gloria Oyewumi ... Rosemary

Damian Lewis ... DI Anthony Carter
Jessie Clayton ... Ellie Carter
Marian Barbu ... DVD Seller
Peter Le ... Vietnamese Man
Thien Nguyen ... Vietnamese Boy
Jennifer Brooks ... Police Woman

Wunmi Mosaku ... Sonia Carey

Jo Hartley ... April Harris
Jean Walker ... Teacher
Tolu Ogedengbe ... Keisha
Victoria Oyewumi ... Girl in Cap

Vicky McClure ... DC Manda Healy
Richard Oldham ... Man
Carl O'Rourke ... Gangmaster
Yurly Kozak ... Guitar Player

Michael Smiley ... Sean
Igors Vitkevics ... Dani
Huy Pham ... Kim Pak

Cosima Shaw ... Alison Carter

Babou Ceesay ... David

Nonso Anozie ... Thomas Ekoku

Leemore Marrett Jr. ... Michael Oledego (as Leemore Marrett Jnr.)
Ony Uhiara ... Grace
Lenny Wood ... Man in Crash
Petra Olajide ... Serena Ekoku
Kwaku Nuamah ... Son
Ayo Olabampe ... Daughter
Inara Jarinovska ... Georgie's Mum
Afua Nuamah ... African Girl
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Hung Dante Dong ... Vietnamese Drug Dealer

Don Gayle ... Chief inspector (uncredited)

Directed by
Justin Chadwick 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Stephen Butchard 

Produced by
Susan Dunn .... line producer
Polly Hill .... executive producer: BBC
Rebecca Hodgson .... producer
Roxy Spencer .... executive producer: Open Door Productions
Sita Williams .... executive producer: Open Door Productions
Original Music by
Alex Heffes 
Cinematography by
Rob Hardy 
Film Editing by
Paul Knight 
Casting by
Shaheen Baig 
Beverley Keogh 
Production Design by
Jon Henson 
Art Direction by
Christopher Walker 
Costume Design by
Charlotte Walter 
Makeup Department
Janet Horsfield .... makeup designer
Amanda Isaacs-Hurst .... makeup supervisor (as Amanda Isaacs)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Claire Jo Benjamin .... additional third assistant director
Vito Bruno .... third assistant director
Laura Hulmes .... second assistant director (as Laura Coggan)
Dan Winch .... first assistant director
Art Department
Anita Gupta .... buyer
Sophie McConville .... standby art director
Daryn McLaughlan .... assistant art director
Mary Wainwright .... graphics
Sion Clarke .... dressing props (uncredited)
Sound Department
Gavin Dunn .... sound maintenance
Jim Goddard .... sound effects editor
Sue Harding .... foley artist
Stuart Hilliker .... dubbing mixer
John Hughes .... sound recordist
Lee Walpole .... supervising sound effects editor
Ian Wilkinson .... supervising dialogue and adr editor
Rowena Wilkinson .... foley artist
Visual Effects by
Katie McCulloch .... digital restoration
Asa Shoul .... digital colorist
Gary Arthurs .... stunt coordinator
Andy Bennett .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
James Blann .... camera trainee
John Cartwright .... best boy
Victoria Hanna .... clapper loader
Ken Lowe .... gaffer
Kirstin McMahon .... operator: second unit
Jennie Paddon .... first assistant camera: a camera
Craig Shiels .... grip assistant: daily
Roger Tooley .... steadicam operator
Anthony Ward .... key grip
Phil Green .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Casting Department
Aisha Walters .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Heidi McQueen-Prentice .... costume assistant
Hannah Walter .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Adam Harvey .... assistant editor
Sion Penny .... on-line editor
Rob Redford .... assistant editor
Chris Teeder .... colorist: dailies (uncredited)
Music Department
Lewis Morison .... additional music editor
Neil Stemp .... music editor
Roger Suen .... music assistant
Other crew
Ella Brookes .... production secretary
Deborah Coombes .... production coordinator
Simon Hailey .... production executive
Jackie Okwera .... researcher
Angie Pontefract .... script supervisor
Peter Anderson Studio .... title designer

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90 min
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Finland:K-16 (TV rating)

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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Flawed dramathriller...., 23 June 2012
Author: CurtHerzstark from Sweden

I've only seen a handful of films(most notably Sin nombre), TV miniseries about human trafficking and therefore was very interested in seeing this TV film to see how this production would tackle this very difficult subject.

Unfortunately the film lacks in depth, and length and rendering the film into a flawed but entertaining journey about human trafficking. The idea that perhaps came from screenwriter Stephen Butchard to use 3 different children from various continents, forced into slave labor is an intelligent one.

Now the viewer gets served with different perspectives, and also due race, gender, background, a much wider look on the problem of human trafficking.

Mixed with personal life and career of DI Anthony Carter(Damian Lewis)who is main character in this TV film, the viewers get know the frustration, anger and troubles that police is facing while trying to deal with the problem.

But 90 minutes is too short, which makes this film feel rushed, flawed and also, some scenes feel unrealistic, contrived and forced because of the very short timelimit that the makers of this film is under.

Technically this film delivers, having very high production values, good use of split screen and editing. With an cinematography adapted for big screen productions rather then the usual TV photography.

But all of that is just style over substance, and makes th film somewhat shallow. A real shame because there are some pretty solid performances by Damian Lewis, Nonso Anozie, and the three children.

Why the makers didn't make this into miniseries divided into 2 or 4 parts is a mystery to me.

Despite its flaws I suggest that anyone interested in seeing this film should also watch Sin nombre (2009), Casa de los babys (2003), miniseries for TV like Sex Traffic (2004).

They better productions and have better scripts then this one.

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