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Something Between Her Hands (2004)

DVD | Color
17 min | Full Screen.

Directed by Sonya Shah
ISBN 978-0-8026-0547-4
Price:  $21.95* Home Video includes Public Library Circulation rights.
ISBN 978-0-8026-0548-1
Price:  $199.95**  Academic and Institutional price including Public Performance rights for non-paying audiences.
 
Consumers Reviews


Summary This film offers an examination of the growing problem of sex slavery and labor for women in Southeast Asia. Something Between Her Hands follows the stories of six young Cambodian women who must choose between a life of prostitution or garment factory work in order to survive.

"Within a refreshing international and historical context, Shah tells the story of several women sold into sexual work in South East Asia. Unsatisfied displaying the subjects of this documentary as victims, she demonstrates the roots of the problem and looks at programs in Cambodia that help women who get out of the situations they've been forced into."
– Women in the Director’s Chair, March 2004.