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The real truth behind the child protection system. Social workers, Judges, Lawyers and Guardians of the court all working together to secure the removal of children from their families and traffic them around the UK.

Director:

Pete Middleton

Writer:

Mark Ashton
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Brian Woodward ... Narrator for TV advert
Kuki Keaton Kuki Keaton ... Himself - Narrator
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Pamela Ashton ... Social Worker
Alan Brent ... Concerned Man
Luke Clark Luke Clark ... Neighbour
Rhys Crookes Rhys Crookes ... Advert Child
Lorraine Dallas Lorraine Dallas ... Suicidal Mum
Dalia Green Dalia Green ... Abused Girl
Emma Ibbitson Emma Ibbitson ... Herself
Jez Marshall Jez Marshall ... Comedian
Abby Middleton Abby Middleton ... Child with Phone
David J. Peel ... TV guy
Stuart Alexander Rees Stuart Alexander Rees ... Toaster Salesman
Emma Roby Emma Roby ... Social Worker
Cassie Smyth Cassie Smyth ... Narrator on opening credits
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The real truth behind the child protection system. Social workers, Judges, Lawyers and Guardians of the court all working together to secure the removal of children from their families and traffic them around the UK.

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Taglines:

Is your child their next target?

Genres:

Documentary

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Official Sites:

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 November 2014 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

England See more »

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Budget:

£13,000 (estimated)
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Production Co:

Pete Middleton Pictures See more »
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Runtime:

(original)

Sound Mix:

Stereo (RCA Sound Recording)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Trivia

If all the stories had been added to Traffic the film would of run for nearly 40 hours and would of become a series. The makers were determined to release this as a film. The editor Traffic to it's running time of 110 minutes. It was originally 3 hours long. See more »

Goofs

Whilst Driving round London looking for Knights-bridge, the crew got lost and this footage can be seen in Traffic. See more »

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Followed by Traffic 3 See more »

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Snowed In
by Michael Wright
2014 Maori Music Publishing (UK) LTD
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Pure Truth
11 July 2015 | by ianwhteSee all my reviews

About time someone was brave enough to expose the corruption that goes on in every Council across the land. I take my hat off to you it is little wonder the evil SS wanted this banned in the UK well done for getting around their intended cover up. I look forward to Traffic 2 as soon as it comes out. Some may find the contents shocking others simply dismiss them as untrue however from personal experience I found this film to be factually spot on and as a country we should be ashamed of what the vile SS do in our name. Well done a great watch. Perhaps following HHJ Mumbys review of Darlington Social Services perhaps you could have a special section on them and name some names.


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