Of the half-million Cambodians who work abroad, a staggering third of them had been sold into slavery. The sordid truths about the country's human-trafficking scourge are laid bare in this documentary, contrasting the stories of a 20-year-old returned to her family after four years as a sex worker in Malaysia with the matter-of-fact testimonial of two traffickers─"storm makers"─about the deceptions they use to prey upon the poor and illiterate. 66 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: Khmer; Subtitles: English. In Khmer with English subtitles.