Selling Innocence


Selling Innocence (2005)




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Impulsively posting a few photos of herself on the Internet, aspiring teenage model Mia Sampson (Sarah Lind) is thrilled and flattered when she is invited to sign with an on-line modeling agency. The fact that she is asked to pose in a sexually provocative fashion does not dampen Mia's enthusiasm--until she realizes to her horror that her "boss" is a pornographer who specializes in shipping soft-core photos of underage girls to a members-only website. Outraged that the cyberspace laws are loose enough to allow this activity, Mia's mom Abby (Mimi Rogers) takes swift and terrifying action to save her daughter from any further humiliation and exploitation. Filmed in 2004 for Canadian television, Selling Innocence was first broadcast in the US by cable's Lifetime channel on June 1, 2005.

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Mimi Rogers
as Abby Sampson
Sarah Lind
as Mia Sampson
JR Bourne
as Malcolm Lowe
Tamara Hope
as Chelsea Burns
Charisse Baker
as Jen Wilson
Fred Ewanuick
as Gabriel/James
Mike Lobel
as Justin Johnson
Emma Paetz
as Stephanie Walker
Tommy Lim
as Annoying M.C.
Valerie Howell
as Woman at Mall
Sylvia Wong
as Food Court Manager
David McNally
as Debating Club Teacher
Nick Pugh
as Naomi
Patrick Gilmore
as Karl the Photographer
Janice Ryan
as Monique
Jonathan Lachlan Stewart
as Jock in Cafeteria
Jeff Page
as Policeman
Chris Wynters
as Middle-Aged Geek
Chris Fassbender
as College Guy at Party
Donovan Workun
as Obese Fellow at Studio Party
Pauline Voon
as Christina
Ernsline Adolphie
as Younger Woman in Bar
April Banigan
as Stephanie's Mother
Jesse Frechette
as Annoying Geek Kid
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