Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Guy Moshe|
|Produced by||Adi Ezroni
|Written by||Guy Moshe
|Music by||Tôn-Thât Tiêt|
|Edited by||Isabela Monteiro de Castro|
|Distributed by||Easternlight Films|
|Running time||113 minutes|
Holly is a 2006 drama film about an American stolen artifacts dealer in Cambodia who tries to save a young girl from child traffickers. The film was directed by Guy Moshe, and stars Ron Livingston, Chris Penn (in his final film appearance), and Thuy Nguyen.
Shot on location in Cambodia, it includes many scenes in actual brothels in the notorious red light district of Phnom Penh.
Patrick (Ron Livingston), an American card shark and dealer of stolen artifacts, has been ‘comfortably numb’ in Cambodia for years, when he encounters Holly (Thuy Nguyen), a 12-year-old Vietnamese girl, in the K11 red light village. The girl has been sold by her impoverished family and smuggled across the border to work as a prostitute.
Holly’s virginity makes her a lucrative prize, and when she is sold to a child trafficker, Patrick embarks on a frantic search through the both beautiful and sordid faces of the country, in an attempt to bring her to safety. Harsh, yet poetic, this feature forms part of the ‘K-11’ Project, utilizing mass media to raise awareness of the global child trafficking epidemic. The producers are executing the K-11 Project in conjunction with their non-profit, the Redlight Children Campaign, which is a worldwide grassroots initiative generating conscious concern and inspiring immediate action against child sexploitation.
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