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About the movie:
Executive Produced and Narrated by Natalie Grant, In Plain Sight: Stories of Hope and Freedom features six modern-day abolitionists as they fight sex trafficking across America. Through engaging interviews with numerous victims of sex trafficking, the force, coercion, and deception of the children and women becomes apparent. In the midst of the darkness, stories of hope and freedom emerge as each survivor shares how she was impacted through the work of a sex trafficking aftercare home.“Most Americans are completely oblivious to the fact that thousands of women and children are enslaved within their own communities,” said David Trotter, co-executive producer. “This isn't limited to Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and New York. We’re talking about cities across America – from Sacramento to Little Rock to Baltimore – where the unthinkable is happening.”“The reality is that children are being ravaged day in and day out. If you have a heart beating on the inside of you, I don’t understand how this couldn't be important to you,” said Natalie Grant, narrator and co-executive producer.
My Review: In Plain Sight is an eye opener for sure. I have seen women walking streets but never thought that they may be trafficked. I did not even know what that meant before watching this movie. I had always assumed these women chose to do that type of work. Then I think who would chose to do that? I know women who have worked the streets and every one of them had a pimp. These pimps are the normal guys with families that you might see at the store. You would not ever guess the dirty work that brings the family groceries home. The women he is using to make him money. It is horrible when you think about it. Sorry I can get carried away with this topic because it hits close to home. I have been close to it. This documentary is a great way to help everyone know how to help stop trafficking. You can help and here is a link with 31 ways to help: 31 ways to help.