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  • Acteurs : Kevin Kline, Kathleen Gati, Paulina Gaitan, Cesar Ramos, Alicja Bachleda
  • Réalisateurs : Marco Kreuzpaintner
  • Scénaristes : Jose Rivera, Peter Landesman
  • Producteurs : Amanda DiGiulio, Andreas Grosch, Andreas Schmid, Ashok Amritraj, Jakob Claussen
  • Format : AC-3, Dolby, Sous-titré, Cinémascope, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais
  • Sous-titres : Anglais, Espagnol
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Rapport de forme : 2.35:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Lions Gate
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 29 janvier 2008
  • Durée : 120 minutes
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  • ASIN: B000YIGND6
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Description du produit

Als die 13-jährige Adriana in Mexico City von einem Menschenhändlerring entführt wird, begibt sich ihr 17-jähriger Bruder Jorge auf die Suche nach ihr. Adriana trifft währenddessen auf die junge Polin Veronica, die derselben Vereinigung in die Hände gefallen ist. Die junge Frau wird zu Adrianas einziger Freundin und Beschützerin während der Gefangenschaft. Als Jorge Einwanderungsbeamten und anderen Hindernissen entkommt, um auf die Spur der Mädchenentführer zu gelangen, trifft er auf Ray, einen texanischen Versicherungspolizisten, der für ihn zu einem Verbündeten bei der Suche nach Adriana wird. Während Jorge und Ray darum kämpfen, die Mechanismen der Sexhandelskanäle zwischen Mexiko und den Vereinigten Staaten aufzudecken, entwickelt sich zwischen den beiden allmählich eine Freundschaft. Verzweifelt jagen sie Adrianas Entführer, bevor diese ihr Opfer verkaufen können...


Die 13-jährige Adriana (Paulina Gaitan) wird in Mexiko-Stadt auf offener Straße von russischen Menschenhändlern entführt. Gemeinsam mit anderen Kindern, darunter die 17-jährige Polin Veronica (Alicja Bachleda-Curus), soll sie über die Grenze nach Amerika geschmuggelt und von New Jersey aus übers Internet versteigert werden. Adriana und Veronica versuchen, den skrupellosen Kidnappern zu entkommen, doch der Ausbruchversuch misslingt und sorgt dafür, dass Veronica sich das Leben nimmt. Adrianas einzige Hoffnung: ihr großer Bruder Jorge, der gemeinsam mit dem Polizisten Ray (Kevin Kline) auf der Suche nach seiner Schwester und den anderen Mädchen ist. Der deutsche Regisseur Marco Kreuzpaintner hat sich von einer Titelgeschichte im New York Times Magazine zu diesem packenden Roadmovie inspirieren lassen. Schonungslos hält er mit der Kamera drauf, zeigt Misshandlungen und Demütigungen - und zeichnet zugleich ein sensibles Porträt der beiden Verfolger. Spätestens wenn Ray und Jorge am Rechner in einem Internetcafé sitzen und in spontane Freude ausbrechen, als sie Adriana als Höchstbietende tatsächlich ersteigert haben, stockt dem Zuschauer der Atem, wird ihm die Absurdität unserer "3 ... 2 ... 1 ... meins!"-Welt bewusst. (jul)Features: Audiokommentar, Making-of, Interviews, Entfallene und erweiterte Szenen, Dokumentation (-)

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Dark and brutal but informative and engrossing 7 janvier 2017
Par MDLION - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
A dark and brutal movie about the world of sex trafficking. There is no nudity though you briefly see grainy skin in a book of prostitutes a boy shows to a potential customer in Mexico. There's a simulated rape, but again, no nudity. Not close to a NC-17 but a solid R. As the back of the box says, "Disturbing Sexual Material Involving Minors, Violence Including A Rape, Language And Some Drug Content".

As the back of the box tells us, 13-year-old Adriana (Paulina Gaitan) is kidnapped by traffickers (while riding her bike). Her troubled, 17-year-old brother Jorge (Cesar Ramos) goes after her and quickly picks up the trail of his sister's kidnappers. He is driven by a zeal to protect his sister's innocence and purity as he tells Ray Sheridan (Kevin Kline), an investigator he meets along his sister's trail. Kline is looking for clues about his own daughter, sold into Mexico by her mother. I think I've only seen Kevin Kline in comedies in the past. He's excellent in those as he is in this drama which contains a few moments of tension-relieving humor between Jorge and Ray.

The victims of trafficking are dehumanized and objectified by their victimizers as "goods", a "package ... (worth) fifty thousand bucks", and as "dog(s)" in the movie.

A few days before watching this movie I came across the following quote of Pope Francis from a 2010 homily when he was still Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio. The quote is about human trafficking and I think the "city" mentioned is Buenos Aires:

"In this city are many human sacrifices that kill the dignity of these men and women, these boys and girls subjected to trafficking and slavery. We cannot stay quiet. This city is full of men and women, boys and girls beaten by the wayside, beaten by the organization or organizations that are corrupting, removing the will, even destroying them with drugs. And they are left lying by the roadside."

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While kidnapped, Adriana makes the following prayer before a San Damiano (St. Francis) crucifix, addressing Veronica (Alicia Bachleda), a young Russian woman also kidnapped (and raped) who jumped from a cliff to her death in despair:

"Dear Veronica,
I hope you are happy in Heaven. I only ask you one thing...Can you talk to the Virgin Mary...and ask her...if they sell me...Please, to make sure the man who buys me...is kind!"

That prayer is answered affirmatively.

After Adriana has been rescued, Ray tells Jorge to stay out of trouble in Mexico. But Jorge goes home, searches out the main kidnapper (also the rapist), and stabs him in the back, presumably killing him, leaving him lying in the street. Though one shouldn't commit such an act, can't one understand the temptation of a brother, father, husband, to exact some revenge? Though Adriana wasn't raped in the movie, she was forced to perform oral sex, off camera.

Years ago, a young man who my sister briefly dated in high school, had his step-sister shot and killed in a local mall parking lot after she had gotten off work and opened her car door. There was a restraining order against the young man, who had previously dated the young woman he killed. The story was fairly big in the local area. When the killer was was brought into open court, the stepbrother, a talented former high school football player, let out loud words along the lines of "I'll get you, you ****!" Sheriff deputies restrained him before he got to the killer.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Human traficking run by non-humans 16 juillet 2016
Par Ingrid R. Briles - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Trade is the story of a little girl kidnapped in Mexico to be sold in New Jersey by human traffickers. It takes the viewer on the actual journey that people are forced to endure from their entry into the sex trade to their final destination. It is also the story of a young single mom from Russia, just looking for a way to make a good living for her son. She has answered a bogus ad for models, actually a site run by traffickers. They use her families contact information to force her into submission and it works until she finds out that they have her son as well. This is a brutal story, because it's a true dramatization of what happens to a person as their humanity is slowly stripped away. It is also the story of people who care and are trying to help.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Important film to see 10 août 2016
Par cjg - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I think Kevin Kline is a great actor. He can do anything - musicals (Pirates of Penzance), dramas (this movie, The Emperor's Club, Sophie's Choice, etc.), and comedies (Love You to Death, A Fish Called Wanda, My Old Lady, etc.). This was and is an important film because it serves to remind us that slavery is still going on in this country. I applaud Mr. Kline for being involved in a production about a topic media and politicians shy away from.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Realistic and Disturbing Portrayal 11 mai 2013
Par BOrr - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I bought this as part of a teaching unit on human injustices. My junior advanced English class had been divided into groups. This movie was used by one. I sent it home with the two girls to watch with a mother, so they could choose which scenes to show. I warned them that it was graphic and disturbing. I knew that it was in responsible hands. The girls chose scenes that hinted at the violence and horror of human trafficking without showing anything sexually inappropriate.
Their peers were stunned at the capture of the adolescent girl and the subsequent selling of her on the Internet.
This movie is a highly effective wake-up call to what is happening every day in our country. These girls are smuggled into the US from Mexico and then taken by van to New Jersey. It portrays the heartless money grubbers and the desperate families searching for a loved one. It shows the destructon of innocence and how even those who seek to help must sometimes break the law.
Disturbing, but powerful.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 informative and depicts the reality of the sex trade today 21 septembre 2013
Par Nicole DiMercurio - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The graphic of the movie was so difficult to watch yet it opened up the reality of this epidemic in our world including the USA and how human trafficking is the number one money maker in the world. We as parents need to be aware of this sick money maker that is taking place in our own back yards without our awareness. We need training with movies, from FBI, CIA, police etc so we can ban together to find these children and ladies and rescue them! It takes many to do this and we must get together to help save these children, adults etc. I wish though they could have taken out the cursing, no reason for it at all. It is hard enough to watch them abusing them and then add nasty language. In Trade of Innocence there was no foul language and it still depicted the horror of abuse, especially pedophiles.
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