Eden (2012)The films which based on a true story sets in 1994. It is about Hyun Jae is Korean-American girl. One day, she goes to a bar in Mexico where a young man invites her wine which changes absolutely her life. After that, she never comes back home, becomes whoedom and drug trafficking. Bob appears and brings a new life for her.Keywords:
Actors of "Eden (2012)"
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Directors of "Eden (2012)"Megan GriffithsBirthdate: 22 April 1975, Athens, Ohio, USA
Creators of "Eden (2012)"Richard B. PhillipsMegan GriffithsBirthdate: 22 April 1975, Athens, Ohio, USA
Critic Reviews of "Eden (2012)"Seattle TimesMay 02, 2013
Cruelty, bloodletting and death are evident throughout (frequently occurring just outside the frame), and Griffith's laudable discretion actually intensifies their impact.Los Angeles TimesMarch 28, 2013
Griffiths lays bare a many-tentacled trafficking system sickening in its reach.The New RepublicMarch 27, 2013
A quite moving performance comes from Jamie Chung as Eden, repulsion sliding into fearful acceptance without the extinction of hope.New York PostMarch 22, 2013
Nearly every second is taken up with the horrors inflicted upon the heroine by the sorriest bunch of good ol' boy sadists since "Deliverance."AV ClubMarch 21, 2013
Griffiths and her screenwriter, Rick Phillips Jr., manage the tricky business of evoking the specific horrors of sex slavery without languishing in the lurid and graphic.Village VoiceMarch 20, 2013
A few moments harp on the sentimental, but overall, this is a powerful addition to the small collection of films dedicated to spreading awareness of this horrific crime.Seanax.comApril 15, 2016
Griffiths makes gripping drama from it all, thanks to an observant camera and nuanced characters.OregonianAugust 01, 2013
Jamie Chung gives a reserved, watchful performance, but the true surprise is perpetual nice guy Beau Bridges in a nasty turn as the head trafficker.The ListJuly 24, 2013
Eden surprises by managing to paint a vivid and disturbing picture of the trafficking experience within the context of a conventional thriller.Observer (UK)July 21, 2013
It's chilling, convincing, matter-of-fact realism.Eye for FilmJuly 19, 2013
Griffiths handles the exploitation with care, hinting at what goes on rather than rubbing our faces in it.London Evening StandardJuly 19, 2013
It's based on the experiences of a real life Korean woman, Chong Kim, but you can just tell that many of the facts have been massaged.
Gallery of "Eden (2012)"