This documentary raises awareness of the horrors of commercial sexual exploitation against women in the United States, and introduces solutions to put an end to it.

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About the filmmakers

Kacey McGuire is a sophomore at the Savannah College of Art and Design and is majoring in Film & TV, hoping to become a visual arts director for a megachurch or a producer someday.

Kenya Andrew is a junior at the Savannah College of Art and Design. She is a Film & TV major with a minor in performing arts, hoping to be a film director.

The two met in a pre-production class by chance in fall of 2017. They partnered up to create this documentary to ensure that they see an end to commercial sexual exploitation on United States soil and around the world.


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