2018 | Documentary | 66 min | Russia, India
Producers:Olga Michi, Maxim Koveshnikov, Svetlana Ignatenko
The documentary unfolds in India, the country that tops the list of countries with the heaviest volume of human trafficking in the world. The film tells us about the fate of young ladies trapped in sexual slavery. Presently they live in the “red lights” area of Mumbai – and they were sold into these establishments by their own parents.
In parallel, the film's authors uncover the story of Kushi, a little girl from one of the poorest villages in northern India. Kushi's father is seriously considering selling his daughter to save her family from poverty.