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  • Sex trafficking is currently only outpaced by the illegal drug trade with an estimated 27 million women, children, and even men in some form of sexual slavery.

  • Sex trafficking is an issue that has rarely been addressed by Hollywood, even in the "me too" era.

  • Sisters of Vengeance takes the sex trade head-on. It follows in the footsteps of blockbuster films, like "The Equalizer" and "Taken", but with a female hero.

  • Its cause, and its female-centric focus, will give it huge international appeal and provide film festivals a powerful incentive to include it in their official selections.

A cause many celebrities already support.


Many celebrities such as Ashton Kutcher have spoken out against human trafficking and formed organizations  like to to protect children from trafficking.


Although Sisters of Vengeance is low budget independently produced film we are hoping to attract some of these celebrities to our cause, either in front or behind the camera.

  • Ashton Kutcher

  • Ricky Martin

  • Demi Moore

  • Danny Glover

  • Jada Pinkett-Smith

  • Emma Thompson

  • Carrie Underwood

  • Kristen Bell

  • Blake Lively

  • Reese Whitherspoon

  • Angelina Jolie

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