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(1175) 5.6 104 min 2017

Trafficked is a movie starring Ashley Judd, Elisabeth Röhm, and Sean Patrick Flanery. In this story inspired by real characters, three girls from America, Nigeria and India are trafficked through an elaborate global network and...

Starring
Ashley Judd, Sean Patrick Flanery, Anne Archer, Elisabeth Röhm
Genres
Thriller, Drama
Director
Will Wallace

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Thriller, Drama
Director Will Wallace
Writer Siddharth Kara
Stars Ashley Judd, Sean Patrick Flanery, Anne Archer, Elisabeth Röhm
Country USA
Runtime 1H 44M
Description In this story inspired by real characters, three girls from America, Nigeria and India are trafficked through an elaborate global network and enslaved in a Texas brothel, and must together attempt a daring escape to reclaim their freedom.

Top reviews

Monday, 23 Mar 2020 22:13

Barry Levinson's "Trafficked" is a unique, moving story that gets it right. It's about a woman who's victim of a trafficking situation who becomes the central character in the film. She has no money, no real means of support, and she's just so vulnerable. It's a brutal film about human trafficking that's quite hard to watch, but it's an important film. It's a story of a woman who's so victimized, but is able to find some kind of strength. She ends up in a place where she doesn't have to do anything for herself, but can just go to a place where she can make her own choices and be independent. She has to do some things that some people may not want to do, but she is able to do them. This is a very well made film that shows how it's so important for women to be able to make their own decisions, and not to be dependent on anyone. I also really enjoyed the way the film's title is made up of two parts. It's the part of the title that tells the story, and then it's the second part that tells the audience that it's also a part of the title. It's a bit different from the book that it's based on, and I think that was the point of it. I also liked the way the movie is set up. The story starts off when a woman has a plane crash in the middle of the desert. The plane takes off, and the woman is dragged by a girl who has her mouth taped shut. She was kidnapped. The woman finds a piece of paper that says "Free A Girl" and then starts writing on it, and when she's done, she leaves it on the ground. The plane crashes, and the woman wakes up in a hospital. She finds out that she's a prostitute, but she doesn't know how to tell anyone about her situation. She then meets a man who seems to care about her. He tells her about her life, and then he tells her about the whole trafficking situation. It's a very real situation, and it's made very clear that it's a horrific situation. The film's director, Barry Levinson, is also a very talented director, and I think that's why this film is so important. He really puts his heart into this film, and I really liked the way he made the movie. He really makes it about the woman and not about the man. The film also has a very interesting ending, and I really liked that. The film also has a very good ending. I thought it was very emotional, and I was really moved. I also thought that the ending was really good. The last scene that we see of the woman is really sad, and it really shows that she's really just


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