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Adopting a confessional, direct-to-camera interview style for most of its running time, this unvarnished vérité documentary about teenage prostitutes in New York City resolutely resists the urge to dramatize. The heartbreaking stories are drama enough.
[A] heartbreaking look at the trafficking of underage girls in New York City.
Simply doesn't dig deep enough to generate fresh outrage.
The film brings the painful plight of teenage prostitutes to light, refrains from inflicting any degree of blame or shame on them and points to ways they can reclaim their lives.
Sex, Class and Ho Daddies: The criminalization of sexually abused and exploited ghetto girls in scathing documentary.
Should we really be surprised about this explosion in human trafficking in the ghetto when it has been celebrated for over a decade in every other gangsta' video?
An edifying documentary about prostitutes who want to leave "the life" behind.
Even with too many annoying bleeped names and obscenities, in their own ways and words, these girls honestly tell their backstories that are individual yet of a piece.
Delivers less insight into the psychology of why young girls turn to prostitution than HBO's Hookers.
More of a direct-to-Lifetime Network quality.
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