Skin Traffik

April 11, 2017 - Comment

Traumatized by the death of an innocent a killer for hire, Bradley, drops out of society, seeking meaning roaming the dangerous streets of a tough inner city ghetto. When he encounters a savage pimp and a desperate woman under his control he embarks on a quest to save a young girl from the clutches of

Traumatized by the death of an innocent a killer for hire, Bradley, drops out of society, seeking meaning roaming the dangerous streets of a tough inner city ghetto. When he encounters a savage pimp and a desperate woman under his control he embarks on a quest to save a young girl from the clutches of the brutal gangsters that trade human beings as currency. Drawn deeper into a sickening world in which age is no bar to exploitation and pursued by police, gangland villains and a mysterious agency known only as The Executive, Bradley discovers an ever deepening web of corruption and vice, and a dangerous game in which nothing is what it seems and no one can be trusted.

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Michael says:

“Before I do a job, I always ask why” Ara Paiaya is a veteran of low-budget filmmaking who’s even achieved some underground acclaim with his series. He breaks into the slightly more mainstream arena of action cinema with “Skin Traffik” – a vehicle for Gary Daniels that addresses the very real problem of sex trafficking. Bringing a slew of cult costars and his own set of strengths and weaknesses to the production, Paiaya…

Keith McAfee says:

Awesome martial arts action!

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