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This film made for television showed up recently on a cable channel. It works as a documentary with a message. Young couples, as the ones at the center of this story having gone through expensive procedures in order to conceive, will resort to adopting a baby as their last resort. They both understand how their lives are about to change after they decide to go through with getting the adorable baby from Romania who will be theirs, much sooner than they thought.
The agency in charge of the adoption made it so easy, something that would have been a signal to realize not everything was legal. After finding inconsistencies in little Eva's papers, Amanda, the young teacher goes to the police. Her suspicions are confirmed with the arrival of the mysterious man that keeps tailing her wherever she goes. He has a reason for doing that.
In most cases, would be parents have no idea what they are getting into by resorting to unscrupulous agencies with only one thing in mind: to make a profit out of the illegal traffic of infants from poor countries. Michael Feifer, the director, a busy man in show business, understood in how to present the material in a clear way for all audiences to understand the work of criminal minds playing with the hearts of vulnerable couples whose only desire is to give their love to children they could not conceive.
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