KOTA ABC INTERVIEW
Director’s encounter inspires powerful human trafficking film
RAPID CITY, S.D. (KOTA) – Ejaz Khan, executive producer and director of “Trapped,” a human trafficking film, says it was inspired by a conversation he had while filming a previous movie in North Dakota. Khan’s interaction with a young girl in Linton, North Dakota, catalyzed his decision to craft a film centered around the sensitive issue of human trafficking.
Khan hopes “Trapped” will remind parents/guardians to create an open relationship with their children. The movie follows a fragile relationship between a mother and daughter. The relationship creates an unsafe environment for the daughter to share the shocking events she experiences.
“Trapped,” a feature film will be released in 2024. Kahn’s cinema company is giving away a 3-day trip to New York City to attend the film’s premiere.
ABOUT THE MOVIE
“Trapped” is an upcoming feature film that tells the story of a fragile relationship between a mother and daughter set in the small town of Linton, North Dakota.
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