Monsoon Lover (2023)

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Monsoon Lover (2023). 1h 35m

“An exceptional movie. Independent film-making at its finest. I just watched this movie at a film festival – a very eye-opening drama on the horrors of poverty-based child prostitution in Asia. And it looks like itu0026#39;s been filmed entirely on location in amazing Cambodia.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThis is not a Hollywood kind of movie. Itu0026#39;s a bold and original indie movie with talented directing and actors. Weaving throughout the movie is a story of lost love and a new love, one that overrides cultural barriers. I was left with an odd mix of emotions. On the one hand, joy from witnessing love manifest in a very special type of fulfillment, and on the other, a question arises from within, u0026#39;What can we do?u0026#39; about the devastating effects of child prostitution.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIt takes real intestinal fortitude to not only be willing to look in places that are extremely hard to delve into, but to also present close friends as being perpetrators. I especially commend the directoru0026#39;s, the cast and the writeru0026#39;s abilities to present the impact of this tragedy not only on the lives of the children, but the devastating emptiness that engulfs the perpetrators as well.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eYou have my highest regard for your noble venture. I recommend this movie to all.”


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