The Best Documentaries About Human Trafficking

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Documentaries about human trafficking.

This list of the best documentaries about human trafficking has been ranked by the community and includes powerful and recognizable titles, along with some independent films. What is the best documentary about human trafficking? Vote for the documentary you think handled the controversial subject of sex trafficking the best.

As you vote, the order of the list will be changed to see which documentary about human trafficking is the best. If you do not see your favorite on the list, add it along with the titles below so that others may vote on it as well. This list currently includes titles such as Half the Sky, Amanda's Story, and Too Close to Home.

Documentaries are nonfiction and made with the intention of displaying reality for historical purposes and to educate viewers. Most documentaries are driven by independent filmmakers and those passionate about the topics they are portraying.

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    • Directed by: Matthew Dickey, Benjamin Nolot
    Nefarious: Merchant of Souls is a 2011 American documentary film about modern human trafficking, specifically sexual slavery. Presented from a Christian worldview, Nefarious covers human trafficking ...more

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  • Amanda's Story

    Amanda's Story

    35 votes
  • Unchosen


    21 votes
    • Directed by: Zana Briski, Ross Kauffman
    Born into Brothels: Calcutta's Red Light Kids is a 2004 Indian-American documentary film about the children of prostitutes in Sonagachi, Kolkata's red light district. The widely acclaimed film, ...more
  • Rape for Profit

    Rape for Profit

    24 votes
    • Directed by: Eric Esau, Jason Pamer
  • The Price of Sugar
    11 votes
    • Directed by: Bill Haney
    In 1997, appalled by the plight of the up to 20,000 Haitians annually lured into laboring for low wages on sugar plantations in the Dominican Republic, Catholic priest Christopher Hartley begins ...more

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