Caged No More is a movie about human trafficking. Staring Kevin Sorbo, Loretta Devine, Alan Powell, and Cassidy Gifford (Kathie Lee Gifford's daughter) it follows the story of Aggie, the surrogate grandmother to Skye and Elle.
Aggie finds their mother dying of a drug overdose at the start of the film. Her dying words are to charge Aggie with saving her daughters from her husband, Jack. This sets Aggie off on a journey to find out where the girls are as well as how to save them.
She soon learns that their father has taken Elle to Greece with the intended purpose of visiting his other daughter, Skye, at the school she attends in London. At least that what she thinks until she realizes Jack may have other sinister motives.
Aggie is shocked to discover that Jack has a twin brother, Richard, a wealthy man with connections in their town of New Orleans. She embarks on a risky plan to see him and beg his help in getting back her girls.
Surprisingly she succeeds and Wil, Richard's son home on leave from the military to recover from injuries he has received, agrees to help Aggie figure out where the girls are and get them back. It's then everyone realizes what Jack's true motives are. Skye isn't at boarding school in London. Jack had brought her to Greece the previous year and sold her into the sex trade. This is also is intention for Elle who is only fourteen years old. He has drug debts he needs to pay off.
Wil takes a team with him to Greece, along with Aggie, in order to get the girls back.
We are given a look into the sex trade and how prevalent it truly is and not just overseas. There are more slaves in the world today than ever before.
The movie was very well done. It is suitable for older teens simply because of the subject matter.
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