An Award Winning Film on Human Trafficking




The Story of Child Prostitutes from Burma






"Sacrifice counterpoints tales of four young prostitutes with mesmerizing images:

a woman standing in a door frame awaiting her fate

juxtaposed with farmers cultivating the fields.


The images make a poignant plea for survival,

both of the exiled women and the tormented land."

                                                                                          — Sundance Film Festival


Gold Apple
National Educational Film Festival


Golden Spire Award
San Francisco International Film Festival

"Sacrifice offers a view of the terrible odds faced by women born into poverty

where the only commodity for sale are their bodies.

These are complicated stories that get beneath tabloid headlines to capture,

with great visual invention, the dignity and damaged nobility of young Burmese victims.


The lives of these women are revealed to be the stuff of fairy tale…

the magic goes bad and the witch, the ogre, and the monster win the day

in this chilling view of sexual exploitation…one we have never seen before."

                                                                                       — San Francisco Bay Guardian


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Harriman, NY 10926

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Of interest to teachers and students of


Political Science

Asian Studies

World History

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Human Rights

Peace and Conflict Studies

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