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This is an indie release, and with many of them--especially ones about human trafficking--the acting is fair to middling. This one features excellent actors and a director who knows how to pace a story. The criminals are given colorful personalities, which make them more realistic.
No foul language.
No sexual intercourse.
Yes, a suggestion of adultery.
Yes, suggestive pedophilic prostitution.
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