Originally released on videocassette, 1998, released on DVD, 2005?
Writer/photographer/editor, Ellen Bruno ; Thailand asst. director, Hseng Noung Lintner.
Narrator: Yiga Josayma.
Each year thousands of girls are recruited from rural Burmese villages to work in brothels in Thailand where they are held for years in debt bondage. The trafficking of Burmese girls is a direct result of political repression in Burma. Human rights abuses, war, and ethnic discrimination have displaced thousands of families leaving them with no means of livelihood. This film, through interviews with the girls, examines the social, cultural and economic forces at work in the trafficking of these Burmese girls.