Horror Anthology produced by from filmmakers from around the world, which explores the subject of Demons, with inspiration from Ancient Mythology, Religion and the Cosmological Horror of H. P. Lovecraft.
On her 60th birthday, the proud owner of a Los Angeles strip club, finds herself in hot water over a twenty-five year old debt to the mob, leading her on a downward spiral of violence and revenge through the underbelly of Los Angeles.
Ana Mulvoy Ten,
Roger Guenveur Smith
It's very hard to talk about a topic like child trafficking in general. So I can only imagine how hard it must have been to make a movie about it. But John and the crew didn't merely make a movie about child trafficking, they made a compelling piece that I personally hope is appreciated from both an artistic and pragmatic point of view. Many people will think this is merely a documentary before they watch. That is not the case. This is a realistic suspenseful movie that reveals a lot of truth while allowing you to get personally connected to the main characters as you would in any other movie that you enjoy. The main characters have their own struggles that they must reconcile throughout the movie, however the focus is still on the grander problem of child sex trafficking. The crew has done a fantastic job of highlighting the issue while keeping the viewer engaged with the classical elements of entertainment that a movie must have in order to be successful when discussing uncomfortable topics. Great job!
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