Wednesday, February 24, 2010

FREE Full Length Movie "Human Trafficking" with Donald Sutherland

I came across this the other day on Youtube. The whole 3-hour mini-series is available on Youtube and divided into 19 clips.

The made for TV film received 2 Golden Globe nominations and aired on the Hallmark channel. It isn't necessarily graphic, but it shows suggestive material, violence and has some language. I would give it a PG-13ish rating and say it's not suitable for children.

From the start, you're immediately brought into the sickening horror these girls are forced to survive in. Some don't make it. The film does a good job of telling their story and tackling the issues of human trafficking. It shows how the girls are deceived and blackmailed into slavery, the learning curve of law enforcement and the fight to raise public awareness in the USA. If you have not seen it, it's well worth the watch.

This is Part 1 of Human Trafficking.
You can find the rest of the mini-series here on Youtube.


Everyone I talk to about modern slavery agrees it's atrocious. Then they ask, "What can I do?" BE A VOICE. Spread awareness by sharing these posts and videos with others. Collectively we can reach thousands of people. Creating awareness and making this an issue in the public mind WILL lead to CHANGE.

Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.
~Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Will you accept my invitation? Will you be a voice?

Thank you,
John Burger


  1. I just watched the first part of this series on human trafficking and i'm both disgusted and shocked by the reality of human trafficking
    our government should do more! i really do believe they're not doing enough.
    it's time to stop #humantrafficking
    I want to thank the people who put this series together so that we can better understand and experience the harsh and sick reality of human trafficking. one day... the people who traffick humans will pay! if not in this life.. trust me.. they will surely pay in the next.

  2. Thanks for the comments about the video. At first you might think that the movie is over dramatized, because it's a movie, but from what I've read and watched of survivor accounts it's not.

    I concur. These people will pay, whether in this life or the next. Hopefully we can do all we can to help these children in this life, right now, and end child slavery.

    John Burger