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The UK Government estimated that in 2013 there were between 10,000 and 13,000 victims of human trafficking in Britain.
Other agencies dispute those figures, many claiming that the real figure was much higher.
What is not in dispute is that the number has increased since, year on year.
ABOUT THIS FILM
Tina, Maggie and Goldie - three women with one dream. But dreams don't always come true, and when they don't, lives can be ruined. A hard hitting true to life docudrama, One Way Traffic follows three women trapped in despicable situations where they are under the complete control of traffickers and variously held captive and forced into the sex trade.
Inspired by the work of the Salvation Army and Riverside Foundation supporting victims, One Way Traffic's storyline is based on real case histories. At times it is harrowing, it is often emotional and always dramatically true to life. With core footage featuring a brilliant international cast imported from OMF's 2014 award winning Tariro allied to new filming in Cyprus in September 2018 and the UK in October 2018, supported by advanced digital effects, chromakey and Dolby Digital® surround sound, One Way Traffic is a very powerful film.
One Way Traffic is a multi-award winning movie with worldwide screenings.
First screened in Indonesia, One Way Traffic achieved International Silver in the Celebes Film Festival and Gold in the International Film Awards with a screening in Jakarta.
In the USA - the home of big screen movies - One Way Traffic was selected for the Universal Film Festival in Kansas City and also for the Green Mountain Festival in Vermont.
Releasing in autumn 2019, One Way Traffic was the first of OMF's features to win a place on the Amazon Prime Video broadcast platform, since when it has continued to stream for thousands of hours per month across the USA, Canada and the UK.
Running on TV, computer, laptop, tablet and phone, Prime Video is revolutionising film distribution, bringing independent productions to a worldwide audience.
Subscribers can view One Way Traffic at no cost and non-subscribers can view for a nominal one-off pay per view charge. The film can also be downloaded for repeat viewing.