Inspired by true events, the Lifetime Original Movie, Baby Sellers, exposes the shocking international criminal enterprise of infant trafficking. Stars Emmy winner Jennifer Finnigan and Emmy and Golden Globe winner Kirstie Alley.
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Mexican human trafficker Rafael Ochoa is mainly wanted for his coyote network, but the police never nailed him, and hopes to get at him by his sideshow which they stumbled upon, infant sale trough bogus adoption. Petty criminal Carla Huxley, whom he built up from the gutter, now runs a US agency, which leaves loose ends, so detectives apply undercover as prospective parent. The Mexican supply being disturbed, she calls on a Brazilian hospital for white babies to order and an Indian slum for 'cheaper' supply.Written by
Hispanic people hired to play Brazilians will always sound fake.
I have a hard time understanding why some producers pick people from Hispanic cultures to play Brazilians. Brazilian accent can't be imitated by Hispanic people, neither by the Portuguese unless they have Brazilian parents or have lived for a long time in Brazil. Or else that will never work. Brazil is a large country located in South America with 200 million inhabitants these days. The USA territory is only large than Brazil because of Alaska and Brazil is the only country in the whole South America continent with its distinct Portuguese language. Despite the Portuguese influence, just like in America, where the English is no longer British, Portuguese spoken in Brazil is nothing like Portuguese spoken in Portugal. "Brazilian Portuguese" is influenced by Greek and mostly Italian, so it sounds for Americans almost like Russian. Americans are usually surprised when they listen to Portuguese. Having said that, stop calling us Latin because we speak a language which was Latin because Canadians are not French or British and Americans are not British. This movie is OK, only OK.
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