Two Little Girls (shown as part of the exhibition not Natasha)




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Published on Feb 10, 2010

'Two Little Girls' was shown as part of the exhibition 'not Natasha' by Dana Popa at Impressions Gallery, Bradford, in partnership with Autograph ABP. This hard-hitting and harrowing exhibition, documented the experiences of sex-trafficked women from Moldova through photography and collected stories.

Read more about the exhibition at http://bit.ly/9j3RlH

The short animated film 'Two Little Girls' follows the stories of two young women who are cruelly deceived by loved ones. Their stories reflect the two most common ways women and girls are lured from their homes and are trafficked into prostitution by people they know and trust.

The film was made in consultation with five Albanian women who were trafficked into the UK and had agreed to share their experiences with the film makers to ensure the accuracy of their stories. This a powerful cautionary tale which has already become a talking point amongst victims of the sex-trafficking trade. While many films on the subject are often distressing and difficult to watch, this film draws in the audience with its animated fairy tale stlye and music before hitting home with its serious message.

Narrated by Juliet Stevenson.
Produced by Maggie Baxter and Ruth Beni.
Directed by Peter Baynton.


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