Netflix has released I Am All Girls, a chilling film about a global child sex trafficking syndicate operating in South Africa.
Bringing this mystery-thriller produced by Nthibah Pictures to life is South African actresses Hlubi Mboya (Isidingo, Rhythm City) in the lead role as Ntombizonke, a troubled but powerful detective with a dark, ugly secret and Erica Wessels (Warrior and Waterfront, Vloekstte) who plays her unlikely confidant and emotionally-troubled colleague, Jodie Synman.
The story follows the two detectives as they embark on an all-consuming journey to find justice and bring down a global human trafficking ring.
Director: Donovan Marsh
Producers: Simon Swart, Wayne Fitzjohn, Jozua Mahlerbe, Lucia Meyer-Marais
- Hlubi Mboya
- Erica Wessels
- Brandon Daniels
- Mothusi Magano
- Masasa Mbangeni
- Nomvelo Makhanya
To stream I Am All Girls on Netflix, click here.
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