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Director - Jane Wells & John-Keith Wasson
Run Time - 75 minutes
Languages - English
Format - DVD / Digital Streaming
Year - 2013
Genre - Documentary

Educational Interests- Adolescence, American Studies, Communication, Criminal Justice, Cultural Studies, Family Relations, Human Trafficking, Labor Studies, Law & Legal Studies, Media Studies, Political Science, Psychology, Sex and Sexuality, Urban Studies, Women’s Studies

Institutional DVD Price: $295

This DVD is licensed for research, classroom use, and public screenings on campus where no admission is charged. If admission fees are charged (including fundraisers) please contact to secure a license.

Modern-day slavery is alive and well in the United States, as thousands of victims are trafficked across the country to satisfy America's $3-billion-a-year sex trafficking industry. Meet the pimps, the johns, the police, the parents and the victims of the thriving sex trade in Tricked, a comprehensive and daring documentary that uncovers one of America's darkest secrets.

DVD Features:
●  BONUS SCENES: Abolition & Prohibition: A Consensual Sex Worker Speaks Out ● Prostitution Enforcement ● The Swedish Model: Criminalizing Demand ● Tackling Sex Trafficking at Super Bowl XLV
●  Resources
●  Biographies

"Tricked is a groundbreaking documentary that sheds light on the sex trafficking of Americans, a dark secret that has been kept under wraps for far too long. This film is the next step forward in raising public awareness and starting conversations around the need to end this form of modern day slavery." - Arianna Huffington, President & Editor-in-Chief, Huffington Post

"This film should be shown in stadiums across the country. Everyone should see it." - Anthony Favale, Inspector, Vice, New York Police Department

"Heartbreaking." - The New York Times