Call + Response is a documentary film released in 2008 by Fair Trade Pictures to support human rights activism against human trafficking and slavery on a community level. The film was Justin Dillon’s directorial debut and has received worldwide recognition, becoming one of the most important devices in spurring the modern-day abolitionist movement and was one of the year’s top documentaries.
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, 1h36 Réalisé parBenjamin Nolot OrigineEtats-Unis GenresDocumentaire, Policier ThèmesL'enfance, Esclavagisme, Sexualité, Erotique, La pédophilie, Prostitution, Documentaire sur le droit, Documentaire sur une personnalité, Documentaire sur la prostitution, Documentaire sur la maltraitance des enfants, Maltraitance des enfants ActeursBill Oberst Jr. Note75% The first scene of the film is a reenactment of a kidnapping. A girl is kidnapped and brought to the apartment of a criminal organization, where she is confined with other girls in a room with a creaky ceiling lit by a flickering lightbulb. The girls are naked and cry from fear as men examine them and shout commands and threats at them. One girl is dragged away into another room. The girls are then brutally abused until they become sexually submissive. These events take place in a small European town, possibly in Moldova. The film asserts that 10% of the population of Moldova has been sexually trafficked. From there, the film tracks the girls through Serbia and Croatia to Amsterdam's red-light district and markets in Berlin and Las Vegas. Among legal prostitution in cities, the slavery goes undetected. Slaves are depicted in confinement, at their places of work, and as they are sold. Many of the girls are orphans and all are either initially kidnapped or tricked into forced prostitution. The methods that the traffickers use to keep the girls include hard drugs, mind control, and both sexual and physical abuse.