Like the similarly themed TRADE (2007), which opened a few months earlier, first-time director Guy Moshe's condemnation of international sex-trafficking is awash in good intentions but dramatically inert.
American cardsharp Patrick (Ron Livingston) has been kicking around Phnom Penh
for years when old acquaintance Freddie (Chris Penn, who died shortly after completing work on the film) offers him real money to help him move stolen artifacts. But during one gig, Patrick's motorbike breaks down and strands him in K11, a village-sized red-light district. Forced to take a room in a brothel while the local mechanic orders a part, Patrick breaks his own cardinal ...