She was tricked: a newspaper ad said she could fly from Budapest to Toronto to earn quick cash. But when she arrived, she was trapped -- forced into erotic dancing and sex slavery from dusk to dawn. Now, after her escape, she's a leader of Canada's anti-trafficking movement: starting the country's first mobile hotline and shelter for sex slavery survivors. She knows firsthand the physical and psychological toll that sex slavery can take. In this mini-documentary, Timea Nagy recounts her harrowing journey and triumph over slavery.
Production Credits: Producer/Editor: Cassie Angeline Butler Timpy; Field Director: Peggy Callahan; Music Dominic Messinger; Line Producer: Harold Linde; Production Assistant: Cassie Anne Hodges; Executive Producer, Terry FitzPatrick; Funded by: Open Square Fund