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Directed by Academy and Emmy award-winner, Jeffrey D. Brown and Executive Produced by two-time Academy Awards winner, Emma Thompson, SOLD follows Lakshmi (by the stunning Niyar Saikia), a thirteen-year-old girl who travels from rural Nepal to the “Happiness House,” a sordid brothel in Kolkata, India. There she bonds with the other residents with incredible optimism, tenacity and camaraderie that enable her to survive. Adapted from Patricia McCormick’s globally acclaimed book and based on true events, SOLD sheds light on the brutality of the global crime of child and sex trafficking and seeks to raise pertinent dialogues. Come see a film that's making a difference!

Members and friends of the Indo American Arts Council can apply the promotion codes CommPart042 (opening night) and CommPart041 (encore screening) to the Students/Senior/Disabled ticket type for a discounted price.

Opening Night Gala
Time: July 24, 2014 7:00pm
Venue: Asia Society
Link: http://aaiff.org/2014/films/sold-opening-night-gala/

Encore Screening
Time: July 26, 2014 5:00pm
Venue: City Cinema Village East
Link: http://aaiff.org/2014/films/sold/
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