I Am All Girls [CRACKED]
Parents need to know that I Am All Girls is a South African thriller inspired by true events about an investigator working to shut down an international human trafficking ring. There also seems to be a killer on the loose taking matters into their own hands. Expect blood, guns, death, and a significant amount of implied sexual violence, child rape, and abuse. There are scenes of human trafficking, kids in restraints being moved from place to place, kids found in shipping containers, kids in a brothel, kids being bought and sold. VHS videotapes are played of men approaching little girls in bedrooms. No rape or sexual content is directly shown, but both are heavily implied. People are also violently tasered, shot, punched, beaten, and tied up. Men are also killed by gunshots to their chests and heads, and afterwards are always shown with various letters carved into their chests. Cadaver pictures are shown of these men frequently. Strong language includes: "f-k," "f--king," "s--t," "a--hole," and "damn."
I Am All Girls
The movie shows a South African child trafficking case where 6 girls went missing and never came back in the 90s. Here the name has been changed to Gert de Jager, and the plot has been transformed as per entertainment base. But, the audience will feel attached to the story from the very beginning.
In the film's final moments, we see Jodie at the airport getting ready to board a flight to Iran. It's not spelled out, but we can assume that now that she has killed the man who was organizing the kidnapping and transfer of young girls to clients in Iran, she's going to take out the clients on the other end of that deal.
The movie revealed the huge issues that happen in the city, the people behind this menace and the amount of money that transpires in this terrible business. The movie was an eye opener for me to the crisis and pain young girls face daily.
To my verdict I would score this movie 6/10. It was a just a normal movie that told us a basic story behind the trafficking of young girls. They disclosed how the young girls were lured and kidnapped from the parks where they played with friends and the of alarming number of girls that went missing yearly.
The six girls were kidnapped between 1988 and 1989. They were believed to have kidnapped, raped, and sex trafficked hundreds of young black girls to Middle Eastern clients. The girls disappeared and were never seen again.
The film begins in 1994 Johannesburg, South Africa. Gert de Jager is arrested for the kidnapping of six girls. He confesses to more than 40 kidnappings. He says that he and his girlfriend kidnapped the girls for a National Party Cabinet minister who raped them then sold most of them to Arab men in exchange for oil. The rest he killed. They had a private farm in Brakpan and a private air strip next to it.
The police connect the missing girls found in the shipyard container to waybills and transportation logs leading to the arrests of: a. Pastor Marius Groenewald; b. Tina Moloi, Primary School Principal; c. John Marais, a businessman; and d. Salim and Parwaz Kahn, shippers. They are all arrested, but Salim is released.
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