We had to watch this movie in a philosophy class. It was very good. I don't think it will necessarily make you squeamish, as one reviewer said, it's just a flat out slice of some people's lives. It's real. there isn't any acting or effects, it's a documentary. I think people should see this because it helps you understand where people are coming from. It gives the viewer reasons to empathize and feel compassion for the women presented, whereas in everyday society, people just avoid these types of people altogether. I found the documentary extremely intriguing and I even shed a few tears at one point while hearing a tragic childhood story told by a women who is still suffering for what she had to go through as a girl. I think some heartless people should see this movie and I'd hope that it would aide in enabling them to see how messed up certain aspects of our society really are.
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