This was a nice movie that tried to reveal the issues that happen in most cities about trafficking of girls.
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.
“Hulbi Mboya” played the role as “Ntombizonke”, she worked as a new police officer with an investigating officer called “Erica Wessels” known as “Jordie Snyman”, who was extremely passionate about her job. She detested the evil that was going on with the trafficking of girls and was bent on putting a stop to the evil men behind trafficking these girls for money. The sector was a multi-billion dollar sector and loads of highly political men were all involved and the law couldn’t just catch up with them.
During the investigation they discovered that there was some bad blood in the system working closely with this cartel to protect them from being caught.
Along the line, they discovered that there was a young person outside taking the law into his hands and killing these bad guys and sending their dirty secrets and files to the police to finish up. They wanted to help and do these themselves as the forces couldn’t act faster nor catch the bad guys. I was glad that a lot of the evil guys were brought to pay, the movie ended on a very good note after all.
Cast: Erica Wessels, Hulbi Mboya, Masasa Mbangeni, Mampho Brescia, Deon Lotz, Mothusi Magano, Ben Kruger, Cindy Swanepoel, Brendon Daniels, Matt Stern, etc.
Director: Donovan Marsh
Runtime: 107 minutes
Release Date: May 14th 2021
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.
I liked the movie and the fact they had to teach us how to stay more vigilant and mindful of evil men.
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