Street Dreams - Deluxe package
Their Bodies may belong to others, but their dreams are still their own. In this "Deluxe" download, you will receive the Street Dreams feature presentation as well as these specially created bonus clips, all in 1080p HD: -- Director's Video Diaries - a quirky yet insightful look at the behind-the-scenes making of Street Dreams. Director Jason Bray shares personal observations as Red Earth Films travels around SE Asia learning the ins and outs of human trafficking. -- Asia Dreams - a musical & visual montage of our journey showing the people and places that make South East Asia the intriguing melting pot that it is -- Red Lit Stage - Human rights artists, Remember Seven, pay tribute to the many underage girls trapped in a sleazy world with no hope of escape in this uplifting and thought-provoking music video. About the film: Street Dreams follows the hopes and dreams of poor South East Asian girls as they make the journey from their poverty-stricken backgrounds into sex bars and brothels, finding themselves at the crossroads of freedom. Through in-depth, heart breaking interviews and undercover footage, Street Dreams takes its audience to the coal face of this billion dollar sex industry - an industry where rich tourists pay with money and the poor local girls pay with their very lives. This 60-minute documentary also features ordinary, everyday people who come alongside the girls in attempts to save them from this terrible hell, including: -- An anti trafficking group that pretends to be sex tourists to rescue underage sex workers, -- A human rights singer/song-writer who films her first video clip in a working Filipino brothel with one of its workers. -- Davy, the Cambodian counselor whose desire it is to save her country from the “white devils” that prowl on the young girls she sees every day. When you add to these elements a strong visual style, input from internationally renowned ex-sex traffic victim Chong Kim and some slick story-telling, Street Dreams is an engaging benchmark documentary on the growing issue of human trafficking and the sex industry.
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