Trade of Innocents (2012)

PG-13   |    |  Drama, Thriller

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A couple grieving the loss of their own daughter set out to rescue young girls sold into the sex slave trade.




  • John With in Trade of Innocents (2012)
  • Dermot Mulroney in Trade of Innocents (2012)
  • Mira Sorvino and Trieu Tran in Trade of Innocents (2012)
  • Dermot Mulroney in Trade of Innocents (2012)
  • Trade of Innocents (2012)

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31 October 2014 | videorama-759-859391
| Trade of film, an all too common trade
So many films on child and human trafficking are coming out, it's hard to keep up. Trade Of Innocents is a well meaning film on the subject. It just isn't the best. It concerns a grieving couple (Sorvino and Mulroney), trying to come to terms with the death of their daughter. They support a organization, helping to rescue kids who are being pimped out, to foreign pedophiles, as such a middle aged guy (a creepy John Bilingsley- Croc 3). He's the stereotypical pedophile, where they're are so many instances in Trade Of Innocents, that are clichéd, it's tense building up to finale, kind of strengthens it, livens it, and redeems it, but by this time, it's really too late. I did find bits of the film, were just weak and linear. I like Dermot Mulroney, and it was good to see him here, as I haven't seen much of him nowadays, but one feels he was miscast, where obviously Sorvino, outside of acting, has taken a personal and vested interest in this cruel trade, very much mirroring her character in Human Trafficking, where here, she's not as strong a character as she was in the latter, but shows the same initiative. The Aussie who's part of the anti trafficking organization, was a different angle, but desperate one, as was stereotypical like how his fate turned out and going undercover to buy some girls, as you see in many HT documentaries, like Dateline whatever, where too a nice bike chase, added some other tension, besides the norm of scenes you see in these slavery dramas. The film does throw in some smart tricks, as in Mulroney's character, like surreptitiously taking a photo of child and pedo in a bar, but really doesn't change the fact that this is just a more weaker film as to say Human Trafficking, Trade or Lilet Never happened. Yet still the film shows a likable initiative in a not so bad drama, for people who like this topic, a manifold of dramas probe.

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Release Date:

28 September 2012



Country of Origin

USA, Thailand

Filming Locations

Bangkok, Thailand

Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$588 7 October 2012

Gross USA:


Cumulative Worldwide Gross:


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