"eden" was an irritating character from the beginning, I couldn't bring myself to feel sorry for her in any way. I didn't even care what happened at the end, and that's what killed it for me. the actress was brutal
A nineteen year old Korean girl is abducted from a bar and sold into sex trafficking. She is considered old at nineteen and shortly after getting into the profession, she understands her life is going to be short live in her current direction. A year into operations she sees a weakness in their new leader and eventually talks him into being his accountant of sorts. The entire time she works for him she slowly plans her escape.
"How long has she been here?"
"Long enough for her pussy to be made of iron by now."
Megan Griffiths, director of First Aid for Choking, The Off Hours, and Lucky Them, delivers Abduction of Eden. The storyline for this picture is magnificently written, contains remarkable character development, and contains numerous intense scenes. The acting was way better than I anticipated and the cast includes Jamie Chung, Beau Bridges, Matt O'Leary, Eddie Martinez, Tracey Fairaway, and Tantoo Cardinal.
"Does she give good head?"
This film was recommended to me by Netflix so I added it to the queue. I have been putting off this thriller for awhile, but I wish I hadn't. This is a very well put together film that is very dramatic and intense. The acting is better than it should be. I strongly recommend giving this film a shot.
"Do they know you're that old?"
It was rather relieving to be able to watch a movie essentially about rape, and never have to watch a rape take place.