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Angie: Lost Girls by Julia Verdin one of our BEST FOR FESTS Label

Angie, an innocent 15 year old, is abducted by traffickers from her hometown. When she is finally rescued, she tries to heal from her trauma while con tending with the continued threat the traffickers pose to her, her family, and her friend still in captivity.

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Angie, an innocent 15 year old, is abducted by traffickers from her hometown. When she is finally rescued, she tries to heal from her trauma while con tending with the continued threat the traffickers pose to her, her family, and her friend still in captivity.

 

Hayley and Dan Morgan are a regular all-American couple, dealing with the typical problems many parents face with working long hours to provide their teenage daughters with the best education and opportunities.

 

Never in a million years did they ever think their teenage daughter would be trafficked and their happy family life upended.

 

This emotional drama showcases the devastatingly real problem facing parents in America today and the need to protect and educate their children about trafficking.

 

Teenager Angie Morgan is recruited by another teenager her age, Mario, who claims to have just moved to the area and takes an interest in her love of music. When her parents don’t turn up for her school music recital, Angie accepts Mario’s invitation to meet his uncle, who she is told is established in the music business and can help her reach her goals. In the midst of what she thought was going to be a try-out of sorts, Angie is raped and abused. They threaten to show her parents a video of her rape if she tries to escape. Full of shame and fear, Angie resigns herself to her new life. As the story unfolds, we are taken through both the family’s journey of dealing with their loss, and Angie’s ways of surviving in her situation. When Angie finally escapes and is brought home, the family is faced with a very different daughter from the one they knew, and Angie is confronted with many tough choices on her journey to recovery.

 

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