Dennis O'Rourke's "The Good Woman of Bangkok," about farm girls sold into prostitution in Thailand, touched on many of these issues, and I remember it as a near masterpiece.

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“Child sex trafficking is still thriving in Cambodia, that’s just a fact,” said Mira Sorvino, in a short clip of the film.

“They are deflowered in the most humiliating and violent ways.” Because of widespread poverty and little in the way of enforcement, Cambodia has become the epicenter for child trafficking in Southeast Asia.

The director's intention seems to be to linger on the details of Cambodian village life, but even then the lingering isn't pointed.

Moshe doesn't direct us to notice this or that element but rather expects us to luxuriate in the random elements we're shown. The movie's chief virtue is its uncompromising honesty, notably in its portrayal of Holly.

area recently, highlighting the work of several Christian organizations combating the issue.

The film, “Freedom Project: Every day in Cambodia,” was produced in partnership with CNN International during a 2013 trip to expose child sex trafficking and virgin sales, the center of Sorvino’s activism for years.They return her to the witch who runs the brothel, and Holly is locked into a room in preparation for the eventual payday.The madam is intent on finding some pathetic, poor-excuse-for-a-human-being Westerner to pay

The film, “Freedom Project: Every day in Cambodia,” was produced in partnership with CNN International during a 2013 trip to expose child sex trafficking and virgin sales, the center of Sorvino’s activism for years.They return her to the witch who runs the brothel, and Holly is locked into a room in preparation for the eventual payday.The madam is intent on finding some pathetic, poor-excuse-for-a-human-being Westerner to pay $1,000 to have sex with a virgin.By making this film, we can educate our poor farmers that they need to be very careful; and we can try to help our country to not become a place for sex tourists.”, a personal account of his wife’s family’s travails during the Khmer Rouge genocide in Cambodia of the 1970s, Bora intends to screen the film in Phnom Penh’s two modern cinemas, before taking it on a road show to the country’s rural provinces.- A623345-036: RON LIVINGSTON stars as Patrick, an American card shark and dealer of stolen artifacts living in Cambodia for years, when he encounters Holly (THUY NGUYEN ) a 12-year-old Vietnamese girl sold by her impoverished family and smuggled across the border to work as a prostitute in the feature film HOLLY, a captivating, touching and emotional experience, that highlights the growing international issue of human trafficking.And the late Chris Penn, as Patrick's street-smart friend, shows up in a few scenes, long enough to remind us that we lost a no-nonsense character actor of authority and presence.

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The film, “Freedom Project: Every day in Cambodia,” was produced in partnership with CNN International during a 2013 trip to expose child sex trafficking and virgin sales, the center of Sorvino’s activism for years.

They return her to the witch who runs the brothel, and Holly is locked into a room in preparation for the eventual payday.

The madam is intent on finding some pathetic, poor-excuse-for-a-human-being Westerner to pay $1,000 to have sex with a virgin.

By making this film, we can educate our poor farmers that they need to be very careful; and we can try to help our country to not become a place for sex tourists.”, a personal account of his wife’s family’s travails during the Khmer Rouge genocide in Cambodia of the 1970s, Bora intends to screen the film in Phnom Penh’s two modern cinemas, before taking it on a road show to the country’s rural provinces.

- A623345-036: RON LIVINGSTON stars as Patrick, an American card shark and dealer of stolen artifacts living in Cambodia for years, when he encounters Holly (THUY NGUYEN ) a 12-year-old Vietnamese girl sold by her impoverished family and smuggled across the border to work as a prostitute in the feature film HOLLY, a captivating, touching and emotional experience, that highlights the growing international issue of human trafficking.

And the late Chris Penn, as Patrick's street-smart friend, shows up in a few scenes, long enough to remind us that we lost a no-nonsense character actor of authority and presence.

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The film, “Freedom Project: Every day in Cambodia,” was produced in partnership with CNN International during a 2013 trip to expose child sex trafficking and virgin sales, the center of Sorvino’s activism for years.

They return her to the witch who runs the brothel, and Holly is locked into a room in preparation for the eventual payday.

The madam is intent on finding some pathetic, poor-excuse-for-a-human-being Westerner to pay $1,000 to have sex with a virgin.

By making this film, we can educate our poor farmers that they need to be very careful; and we can try to help our country to not become a place for sex tourists.”, a personal account of his wife’s family’s travails during the Khmer Rouge genocide in Cambodia of the 1970s, Bora intends to screen the film in Phnom Penh’s two modern cinemas, before taking it on a road show to the country’s rural provinces.

,000 to have sex with a virgin.By making this film, we can educate our poor farmers that they need to be very careful; and we can try to help our country to not become a place for sex tourists.”, a personal account of his wife’s family’s travails during the Khmer Rouge genocide in Cambodia of the 1970s, Bora intends to screen the film in Phnom Penh’s two modern cinemas, before taking it on a road show to the country’s rural provinces.- A623345-036: RON LIVINGSTON stars as Patrick, an American card shark and dealer of stolen artifacts living in Cambodia for years, when he encounters Holly (THUY NGUYEN ) a 12-year-old Vietnamese girl sold by her impoverished family and smuggled across the border to work as a prostitute in the feature film HOLLY, a captivating, touching and emotional experience, that highlights the growing international issue of human trafficking.And the late Chris Penn, as Patrick's street-smart friend, shows up in a few scenes, long enough to remind us that we lost a no-nonsense character actor of authority and presence.