Movie on human trafficking written and being filmed in North Dakota
“So, we had to change locations a couple times. I spent most days outside with snow bibs on, heavy ski-doo boots, and bundled up as much as possible. Very cold conditions for everybody,” said Barb Silbernagel, co-writer of the film.
The film covers the difficult subject of human trafficking and Silbernagel hopes the movie makes a difference.
“If we can help one person, this movie will be a success,” said Silbernagel.
Silbernagel said that once the shooting is finished, the editing will begin. Post-production and re-writes will take place in North Dakota and New York, and she hopes the film, “Trapped,” will be for film festivals in 2024 and in theaters in 2025.
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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