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Selling Innocence (2005)

Mia Sampson's dreams to be a model come true when she's asked to pose for photographs to be displayed on an Internet website for "members only." However, when the owner of the website uses ... See full summary »

Director:

Pierre Gang

Writers:

Skander Halim (story) (as John Moffatt), Skander Halim (teleplay) (as John Moffatt) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Mimi Rogers ... Abby Sampson
JR Bourne ... Malcolm Lowe
Sarah Lind ... Mia Sampson
Tamara Hope ... Chelsea Burns
Mike Lobel ... Justin Johnson
Joanne Kelly ... Simone
Fred Ewanuick ... James
Charisse Baker ... Jen Wilson
Alexz Johnson ... Angel
Emma Paetz ... Stephanie Walker
Margherita Donato Margherita Donato ... Bridget
Nicky Pugh Nicky Pugh ... Naomi
Patrick Gilmore ... Karl
Coralie Cairns ... Carmen
Tom Lim Tom Lim ... Annoying M.C. (as Tommy Lim)
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Storyline

Mia Sampson's dreams to be a model come true when she's asked to pose for photographs to be displayed on an Internet website for "members only." However, when the owner of the website uses her pictures for exploitation purposes, Mia's mother must fight to remove the photos off the web and restore her daughter's privacy. Written by Tickleberry

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Drama

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Shook
Written by Shawn Desman, Camara Alford, Robert Gerongco and Samuel Gerongco
Performed by Shawn Desman
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Excellent
18 June 2005 | by JeerMeSee all my reviews

This film was excellent at hitting an issue that has become very common recently. Children being photographed in provocative clothing that is being passed off as modeling. These pictures are then setup on a web-page. This web-page is then suppose to be getting the child out there for clients to see. Without proper steps being taken to make sure these are real clients that want to use the child in a modeling job. Some sick perverts use the website as a way to "get off". This has been an issue that has been discussed on several talk shows. This film was had a great storyline. You really felt the emotions of each of the characters. By showing all sides of the story you understand why each character does what they do. A great movie considering it was made for Lifetime unlike some that are drawn out.


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Language:

English

Release Date:

2 July 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Az ártatlanság eladó See more »

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Budget:

CAD4,000,000 (estimated)
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