A young Korean-American girl, abducted and forced into prostitution by domestic human traffickers, cooperates with her captors in a desperate ploy to survive.
Innocence isn't lost, it's stolen.
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Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for disturbing violent and sexual content involving human trafficking, language and drug use
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Did You Know?
There is a scene in the movie in which each of the girls are wearing numbers, so that the "customer" can select who he wants more easily. Eden is wearing the number 7. In South Korean culture, the number 7 is considered a lucky number. See more
Late in the film, Bob Gault is told that his mobile phone was located by GPS near the scene of the double murder that occurred early in the film. GPS fleet tracking technology did exist at that time in the mid 1990's and may have been in service by the U.S. Marshals at that time (and the marshal was using a car phone rather than a modern cell phone so this seems likely); however, the speaker also refers to using cellular tower signals to triangulate his approximate position and never fully resolves the discrepancy between the two location fixing methods. See more
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