Born into the seedy, underground world of prostitution, 15-year-old Shara has known no other life. Her mother is an aging, career escort, who is now looking to Shara to make the kind of money she made in her youth. After a dramatic encounter with her mom's ex-boyfriend, Shara finds herself alone on the streets of Los Angeles. Struggling to survive, she turns to the only option she believes she ...
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Born into the seedy, underground world of prostitution, 15-year-old Shara has known no other life. Her mother is a career escort, who's now looking to Shara to make the kind of money she used to make in her youth. However, her plans for her daughter are interrupted when Shara meets and falls for a drug addicted, street hustler, Jamie. Dreams of changing their lives and running off into the sunset together take a harrowing turn for they as the two learn that escaping their past isn't as easy as it seems.Written by
This movie is hyper realistic to the point of being depressing. No silver linings or happy endings here, just the harsh reality of what life is like for millions of young girls forced into the life of sex trafficking. Definitely not for the faint of heart.
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