An Anti-Trafficking Movie Without Trafficking?

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Seth and JJ review A Child's Voice, a movie involving satanic ritual abuse that's supposed to be about human trafficking, but that fails to actually portray human trafficking, has an awful script, and has an affinity for bowl cuts. JJ gives some examples of missed opportunities where this movie could have portrayed human trafficking. They also talk about a few anti-trafficking movies they like, and talk briefly about some other TV shows and movies that have covered the topic. Sources: A Child's Voice, Vimeo The Action Means Purpose “A-M-P” Model, Polaris Project Photo: Libreshot

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