This short documentary presents the facts about the global commercial sexual exploitation of little children. It will also inspire and empower "ordinary" people to take action to stop it in this generation.
After hearing about child trafficking, our production team visited "at risk" children in communities of adverse poverty in Southeast Asia in January of 2011. We also visited safe-homes where rescued children are cared for, loved, restored and educated to secure a safe future for them. We intended to use the footage that we shot for our own educational purposes. But soon realized that as filmmakers we had the responsibility to share what we learned and bring attention to the horrors of child sex trafficking. Part one of this short documentary represents what we saw and learned first hand about the issue. As we continued to explore we found out that kids are sold for sex in every country, in every community regardless of their social, economical or ethnic background INCLUDING THE UNITED STATES. The second part of this short documentary film sheds light on the realities in our own back yard and points to some of the solutions. We have partnered with the LAPD, the FBI and on the field ...Written by
Stephanie Cheeva McNeal
The trip to Thailand and the safe-homes was only meant as a personal research and experience. Once the production team discovered the reality of Child Sex Trafficking, they knew that as filmmakers they had the responsibility to share it with the world, despite the shaky camera work and bad sound. The content is key. See more »