It is a social conscience thriller about a courageous Afro-Caribbean girl from Haiti, who is trapped inside a human-trafficking network in the United States. She chooses to risk her life in... See full summary »
A weathered Lieutenant, his police force, and a local vigilante are all caught up in a dangerous scheme involving a recently arrested, troubled man who's linked to years of female abductions and murders.
Lucy and her Aspergic daughter Katy are under siege from a street gang. The gang leader Rabbit wants to make them feel as low as he has been made to feel; as he fights a war against himself and the world around him.
Jack Brett Anderson,
Came for Internet Comment Etiquette, Stayed Because the Movie is Actually Amazing
I didn't expect anything going into this, and in fact could tell immediately that the budget must have been low and the production quality wasn't amazing. But by the time I saw the scene I was watching the movie for (about 10 minutes in) I had been introduced to some engaging characters and pulled into a weaving story who's end I found myself gradually more invested in. A crime drama with more fascinating characters and philosophical nuance than I'm used to. And it's free on Amazon... Pleasantly surprised!
Keep your clothes on, Erik!
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