“I Am All Girls”: A dark thriller about sex trafficking in South Africa out this month on Netflix

"I Am All Girls": A dark thriller about sex trafficking in South Africa out this month on Netflix
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I Am All Girls (2021) is a South African crime drama thriller about detectives Ntombizonke and Jodie Snyman who battle their own dark secrets and go on an all-consuming journey on the hunt to bring down a global human trafficking ring.

The movie is based on real events that unfolded in South Africa in the 1980s, in the tense dying days of Apartheid. It is about a notorious human trafficking ring that involved powerful politicians. The story follows a special crimes investigator and the unlikely bond between cop and serial killer, as they race against time to bring down a global child sex trafficking network.

Donovan Marsh, who won the SAFTA Golden Horn at the South African Film and Television Awards for his debut feature film, the urban drama Dollar$ + White Pipes (2005), has directed the film. He is also known for the South African hit comedies Spud (2010) and its sequel Spud 2: The Madness Continues (2013), and action thrillers Avenged (2013) and Hunter Killer (2018).

The movie has been written by Marcell Greeff and Emile Leuvennink, together with the producers Jarrod de Jong and Wayne Fitzjohn, with the director Donovan Marsh as the executive story editor.

Erica Wessels, Masasa Mbangeni, Deon Lotz, Hlubi Mboya, Brendon Daniels, Lizz Meiring, Cindy Swanepoel, Mothusi Magano, Khutjo Green, and Ben Kruger form the main cast.

I Am All Girls (2021) is scheduled for a worldwide release by Netflix on May 14, 2021. Here you can watch its official trailer.


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