Operation Goldilocks – Part One


An informant has alerted rescue operatives in The Philippines to the work of a husband-and-wife team of pimps. Operating out of a shopping mall in a dangerous district of Metro Manila, this marriage of criminal minds has built a child sex prostitution ring and is selling children to men who would pay to have sex with a child.

Due to the mature subject matter, this film may not be suitable for children under the age of 16.

 

Part 1

8 MIN

RUNTIME

Undercover rescue agents must pose as western paedophiles to infiltrate this ring in the hope of rescuing thirteen children who live in fear of the ruthless man and women controlling their lives. Offering good money for a sex party, the agents carefully hatch a plan to ensnare the pimps and ensure every child can be rescued. 

From the ground up, this film fascinatingly documents the mechanics of how a case is built and executed in our relentless fight against child sexual exploitation. 

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