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brothels - Jen Winston October 22, 2007 Communication 203...

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Jen Winston October 22, 2007 Communication 203 Born Into Brothels Extra Credit Assignment “One has to accept life as being sad and painful,” a little girl says. She is working in a brothel as a sex-worker, and she has lived here long enough that it is all she knows. Children working in Indian are studied intimately in the documentary Born Into Brothels , and it gives one a new insight to their lives. The film does an excellent job of showing the children’s ease in being captivated by simple pleasures. They take pictures and play, as normal children should. However, the rest of the film would be much easier to watch if so much of these children’s personalities were not shown. Shanti, a little girl, discusses how it is typical to shut the curtains so they can’t see anything that goes on outside. Little boys are shown chained to floors, and little girls express their fear of becoming like “them.” Another girl, Kochi, is most likely in danger of becoming a sex worker because her mother’s health issues keep her from being
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2008 for the course COMM 203 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '06 term at USC.

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