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“Angie: Lost Girls” Makes Review List in SunThisweek Journal!

MOVIES Dylan Sprayberry

“Angie: Lost Girls” (NR) (3) [Played July 30 via Eventbrite and available on various VOD platforms.] — After a talented, teenage singer (Jane Widdop), who has a younger sister (Juliette Hanover), is lured into a child sex trafficking ring by a deceptive suitor (Dylan Sprayberry) pretending to be interested in her music and then is befriended by a sex-trafficked Black woman (Lindsey Da Sylveira) trying to protect her in Julia Verdin’s powerful, intense, disturbing, relevant, well-acted, 108-minute film, her worried, distraught parents (Olivia d’Abo and Randall Batinkoff) work with a detective (Anthony Montgomery) to find the ruthless lowlifes (Marty Dew, Denise Nicholson, Blake Boyd, et al.) operating the horrific, abusive sex ring in California, and when their PTSD-afflicted daughter eventually escapes, she tries to help others and to accept her new life.

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