KX NEWS SPECIAL COVERAGE OF "TRAPPED"
“Trapped” movie filmed in North Dakota is almost complete
By Lauren Davis of KX NET
NORTH DAKOTA (KXNET) — Human trafficking happens all over the world, in this country — including the Peace Garden State. According to the North Dakota Human Trafficking Task Force, since 2015, the organization has served 700 human trafficking victims.
Filmmaker, director, and writer Ejaz Khan is no stranger to North Dakota, in fact, he’s filmed two movies here. His second movie, “Trapped”, was filmed in Linton from February through March of this year and now, the film is entering post-production as it nears completion.
“There are 72 scenes,” Khan stated, “and this is just the first edit. I’m going to say it’s going to be a least another 18 edits before we start to feel that the story is coming across.”
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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