Mira Sorvino Takes On a Human Tragedy
In the Lifetime two-part movie Human Trafficking (airing Oct. 24 and Oct. 25 at 9 pm/ET), Mira Sorvino plays Kate, a Russian-born ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) agent out to break up a ring that traffics women and children across international borders. We talked to the Oscar-winning actress about the movie, her activism and her new life as a working mom.
TVGuide.com: Is Human Trafficking to the international sex trade what Traffic was to drug smuggling?Mira Sorvino: Yes. [We] want the film to be a tool for awakening people to this growing problem. The film weaves together three stories: We follow two Eastern European women who are brought into the U.S. and made to work as prostitutes, and a young American girl who is kidnapped in the Philippines and sold into sex slavery. One
Mon, Oct 24, 2005