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The film is a Fairytale/Parable about the child sex trafficking epidemic that has overrun our city of Atlanta. We are using the film to not only raise awareness but provoke meaningful action towards this issue taking place in our own backyard.Written by
A truly brave outing into a dark subject matter. Moments of excellence and enough jumps and tears to make this, in my mind, a classic. Doug Jones shines as always. If you're a fan of Neil Gaiman then this ones for you as it ticks all the boxes. I support the National Society for the Prottection of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) and this film covers the horrific reality of child trafficking without turning into a peace of study matter (although it should be studied closely). The director has taken a massive gamble with a taboo subject and pulled it off with flying colours. I hope this film reaches a wider audience and opens societies eyes to the reality of child abuse. I hope this review hasn't scared you off as I would recommend this film to everyone.
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