A compelling documentary, Cargo: Innocence Lost, unveils the dark underworld of sex trafficking through compelling interviews with some of the country’s top officials on the subject, victims’ advocates and victims themselves, who were rescued in Texas. Award-winning director and writer, Michael Cory Davis (Svetlana’s Journey, Hollywood Film Festival 2005 winner, best short), makes his second directorial foray into this must-see, thought-provoking film that is interwoven with a raw, intense narrative based on numerous true stories from victims of the sex trade. Cargo: Innocence Lost explores how the business of sex trafficking has become a $9 billion dollar a year industry and why it still remains a shrouded crime in our nation.
Features interviews with representatives from:
The Department of Health and Human Services
The Salvation Army
Florida Coalition against Human trafficking
Lee County Sherriff's Department
Houston Vice Division
and many more...
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YWAM (Youth With A Mission LA)
Cairo Film Festival
People To People International Annual Conference
2008 SEX TRAFFIC CONFERENCE
South Texas College
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