A Dance for Bethany

5.61 h 45 min2007PG-13
An idealistic investigative reporter (Robyn Lively, "Teen Witch") who is determined to start a family risks everything she has in order to help a twelve-year-old victim (Lori Beth Sikes, "Road Trip") of the sex trade in director Brian Gurley's affecting drama.
Brian Gurley
Robyn LivelyLori Beth SikesWilliam McNamara
English [CC]
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Ann Mahoney
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Butterflymom54Reviewed in the United States on January 15, 2019
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This movie with Robin Lively, Lori Beth Edgeman and many others including Stella Parton singing Amazing Grace, is a journey of a newspaper woman's account of human trafficking. It is well told with one of the victims sharing part and then all of her story of how she became in bondage to modern day slaveholders, bent on using her for their income by forcing her to work in a strip club, and behind the scenes prostitution. It is also a love story between a man and woman trying to have a baby, the evolution of a hard edged politician and his secret past that connects him to a woman who opposes her husbands choice to support him. I love this movie and hope anyone who is a fan of Robins will view it and share positive feedback to hopefully get more and more people aware that human trafficking is a huge issue in our country, and the world. We can all do something. We can pray, write our congressmen and open our own eyes to possible women and children at risk. Yes it happens to males too! We will hopefully begin to see more victory's in this issue. I like the ending and what it had to say about protecting our children. I love it that the name of Jesus is used as more than a curse word: There are people that go to Church and learn something. Just beautiful. Many may find the truth here difficult to believe or sad or disturbing, but this movie is well made and reveals the issue without making one want to shower afterword's or be depressed. Oh, and heck yeah! I am a helicopter mom and proud of it. Except I like to remind my daughters that in light of the predators looking to hurt them, I am their own personal bodyguard. Be blessed and enjoy! :)
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