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I saw a unique screening in Greenwich Village last night and the entire crowd was gasping, crying and laughing together. It's truly a tour de force, and you fall in love with these women as they talk about their hopes, their painful experiences and the surprising, frightening truth about teenage prostitution in America. Highly recommended. You might think a film like this would be a drag, but it's not--it's surprisingly entertaining, and really a fascinating, unbelievable experience."Issue" documentaries carry the danger of being too focused on polemics and not enough on the folks involved or the cinematic experience. The filmmakers avoid this nicely by focusing on the women themselves, following their ups and downs and giving them the possibility to express their contradictions. This is especially effective, I thought, in a sequence when one woman cannot support but call her pimp and say him she loves him.
I attended the press screening for 'Very Young Girls' in Fresh York Town ... where this documentary was filmed, although it addresses a trouble hardly special to that city: kid prostitution. According to a statement at the begin of this film, the AVERAGE age when kids enter prostitution is 13 ... which means that half of them are younger! Two punks called Anthony and Chris Griffith (bruthahs from "the hood") decided to receive rich by forcing very young women to streetwalk for them, and also shooting home-movie footage of the women plying this trade. The Griffiths planned to increase their wealth and fame by creating a cable-TV programme based on this footage. While holding my nose, I gotta endorse one aspect of this scheme: I have no doubt that the cable-TV companies would eagerly beat a path to the Griffiths' address. Fortunately, their actual address is a prison. (More about this later.) Some of their video footage shows up in this documentary: grinning smugly, the Griffiths cheerfully admit that they consider the women to be mere merchandise, the property of the Griffiths as pimps.The women seen here are all Fresh York Town teens, some of them VERY young teens, and most of them African-American. Although they all fell into the Griffiths' clutches, they also had the nice luck to cross paths with Rachel Lloyd, founder of Girls' Educational and Mentoring Services (and also co-exec producer of this documentary). GEMS are an outreach group dedicated to rescuing young girls from the sex industry, and stabilising their lives.We meet individual girls, saying their stories before, during and after prostitution. It's no surprise that some of them had absent or abusive fathers: often, the leering attention they received from the Griffiths was the nearest they'd ever experienced to male affection. The Griffiths bait their trap with sweet talk and presents, getting the women hooked on drugs (and therefore dependent), then terrorising them to create sure they obey.We see a brief clip of a 'john class'. Boys arrested for patronising prostitutes in Fresh York City, if they have no previous record, have the occasion to clean their records if they attend a lecture on the dangers of prostitution. The johns we see here are clearly merely going through the motions: one boy arrogantly asks when they can take a break. Two of the boys seen here wear Jewish regalia (one Hasidic), and I'm sure there are a several church-going Christians in the pew, too. Pyew!As the former prostitutes regain their humanity, they also explore their individuality. One GEMS alumna gets an office job, other becomes a GEMS counsellor. Other one gets married in a Pentecostal wedding. Sadly, at least one goes back to her old tricks. Other vanishes without a trace.I found most of this film chillingly realistic. Only one sequence seemed staged: a mother has spent months trying to locate her teen daughter, without a single clue; the documentary camera is conveniently show when she finally gets the crucial smartphone call.The photo and sound editing are inconsistent: some curse words are bleeped, others left audible. Some people's faces are digitally blurred in odd methods (noses and mouths obscured but eyes intact), and the folks so favoured aren't everytime the ones you'd expect: why is a bailiff in a court situation blurred out, since he's doing his honest job efficiently, and he has no reason to conceal his identity? Due to terrible audio recording (especially in the Griffiths' footage) and the poor diction of many participants, few sequences are given much-needed subtitles ... but another sequences need this device yet don't obtain it. Speaking of diction: Rachel Lloyd (a British-born survivor of sexual abuse in her teen years) is a charismatic advocate for her cause, but she has one of the most bizarre speech patterns I've ever encountered ... a prole Noo Yawk accent interlaced with London working-class inflexions. Here, we see her graciously accepting an award on behalf of GEMS while denouncing the industry that gave an Academy Award to the song "It's Difficult Out Here for a Pimp". Elsewhere, Ms Young points out a cruel irony: these women are below the age of consent and therefore cannot legally accept to have sexual intercourse, yet they are arrested for prostitution.The Griffiths were ultimately convicted, and their own amateur footage was used as evidence vs them. Yet, oddly, they were only nicked on a variant of the Mann Act, for transporting a prostitute across state lines. This is something I've never understood about U.S. law: why is a felony across state lines considered so much worse than a felony that stays put? With this movie's game and topics matter, some folks will wish to see 'Very Young Girls' for prurient reasons. As far as that goes, there are only a several brief shots on offer here of streetwalkers, faces obscured, in the early stages of negotiation with customers. I would describe 'Very Young Girls' as honest, except for one strange omission: nowhere in this documentary is there any mention of Aids or another sexually-transmitted diseases. As a crudely-made but sincere documentary that addresses a true problem, I'll rate 'Very Young Girls' 7 out of 10.
Whoever commented that this film wasn't a drag gotta have a heart made of stone. It has been three days since I watched this film and I have not been able to purge the photos of these 'very young girls' from my mind. The room full of cocky, ignorant, "johns", who obtain a slap on the wrist for engaging in sex with minors, the women being pressured to slap one other as punishment, a stream of old boys filtering in and out of a motel room where a underage woman is enduring god knows what, stories of gang rape and torment, it is heinous and it is real. Boys who brainwash young girls, then emotionally and physically abuse them. Yes, there are some satisfied endings, but the end does not justify the means. The only thing I can hold saying myself is that what ever doesn't slay you makes you stronger, so hopefully some strong, unstoppable, fearless girls will be born of these horrible experiences, but it is not enough. Kid exploitation and human trafficking are sick and sad epidemics in our country and globe wide and they gotta be addressed. So watch this movie, hopefully it will sink in, hopefully you can expose yourself to the gritty reality of another people's lives.
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