Fascinating visit of the subject as seen from eyes belonging to all sides. I saw a 75 minutes version in dvd with extras. It seems that all sides are delusional in fact. There is a lot of generalisations but we can see it is not true for everyone. Delusions: prostitutes that thinks get love, pimps that thinks provide love and reason to live, Johns that can't get romantic and would go for a quick fix, police that thinks they are always right to the point that one declares he would kill. This world seems as slimy and muddy as possible and the film shows it. Looking at it, it's still not as bad as war and I don't see the USA fighting that at all. Would the policeman kill to reduce wars? The fact that the police method to stop an enslaving is taking three weeks because "if they stop it right away, she will go back to him right away" speaks of the complexity. Still, when the enslaved is minor, it seems like a no-brainer to me. Some prostitutes seems very willing to do the trade, their complaints appears to be that the clients are always too bad and it's like getting paid to be raped. Not the first time I hear this. But is it the same at the higher echelon? One, in extra, is in S&M and does not complain, for she takes on the torturing role. The major problem seems to be that this world is muddied by excessive profits, drug, violence, lies, delusion and confusion. Society is also not fighting it properly.