Trafficked: A Parent's Worst Nightmare (DVD)(2021)
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About this item
Movie MPAA Rating: Nr
Movie Studio: Virgil
Movie Genre: Drama
Run Time (minutes): 108
Software Format: DVD
Street Date: January 26, 2021
Item Number (DPCI): 246-02-5111
Origin: Made in the USA or Imported
On the eve of her 16th birthday, Allison Riley (Sophie Bolen) disappears. When the police refuse their requests, her parents, Joanna (Kristy Swanson) and Case (Mark Boyd), reluctantly hire John Belton (Dean Cain), a private investigator with a reputation for questionable procedures and a dark past. Quickly, Belton realizes that Allison was coerced by a young handsome boy she met on social media and had been trafficked, and they are on a race against time to get her back.
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Estimated ship dimensions: 7.5 inches length x 5.5 inches width x 0.5 inches height
Estimated ship weight: 0.17 pounds
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Terrifying, heartbreaking, yet full of hope. Trafficked is a new movie that draws attention to the human trafficking epidemic in America and around the world. The movie is riveting, yet hard to watch. While some reviews have slammed this movie be being unrealistic, and that might be true as many families do not have the resources of a highly skilled team searching for their lost loved one, I think that it does a good job of showing how it could happen to anyone, but also gives hope in that there are people out there trying to help. I have a couple of friends with daughters this age, who have told me of very scary situations at the mall or even at their high schools, where young men have tried to manipulate their daughters into going with them into sketchy situations. So while to some this all might sound far-fetched, I think it is a good reminder to be aware and have these conversations with your children. An engaging movie that I think does a great job of starting the conversation, I can't honestly say that I "enjoyed" watching this movie, as it goes into some very dark things, doing a great job of letting you know what happens while not showing anything too explicit. But I think that it is worth a watch with older teens. Be aware that there are scenes of a suggestive nature, thematic elements, mild language, scenes with scantily clad women, drug use, and gun violence. I enjoyed the strong themes of faith, family, and hope, and I think that this is a movie that can start those conversations about being careful online and about the very real, horrible things going on in this world. Many thanks to Collide Distribution for providing this product/product information for review. Opinions are 100% my own and NOT influenced by monetary compensation. I did receive a sample of the product in exchange for this review and post.