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Monger - Sex Tourism In Argentina Documentary Premiere


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Jeff.Zorrilla

Jeff.Zorrilla
Hello All,

After a long 4 years process I am finally premiering my documentary about sex tourism in Argentina next Thursday August 17th, at BAMA cine, Av. Pres. Roque Sáenz Peña 1145.

You can check out the trailer for the film here:
https://vimeo.com/187738580

Facebook here:

https://www.facebook.com/mongerdoc/

#2
citygirl

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Congrats on the movie!

#3
Serafina

Serafina
Bravo!

I can't seem to find the time of the screening. Should I sign somewhere?
"Life is what happens while you are busy making asado." - Juan Lénon

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Rich One

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Serafina, on 09 August 2017 - 07:44 PM, said:

Bravo!

I can't seem to find the time of the screening. Should I sign somewhere?

Monger not announced yet,,,,?  Only current week

http://www.bamacine.com/
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#5
Rich One

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I hear that in Scandinavia Johns are fined for contracting prostitutes , may work in Argentina? :rolleyes:


http://www.imdb.com/...748662/combined
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Awesome Possum

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Rich One, on 09 August 2017 - 10:18 PM, said:

I hear that in Scandinavia Johns are fined for contracting prostitutes , may work in Argentina? :rolleyes:


http://www.imdb.com/...748662/combined

I haven't seen the documentary or know anything about the industry here, but if the parties involved are two consenting adults, why should they be fined and charged with a crime?

The war against drugs, prostitution, etc seems to be without end. Perhaps better to bring these dark sectors into the light and add common sense regulation and safety for all involved.

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Serafina

Serafina

Awesome Possum, on 09 August 2017 - 11:35 PM, said:

I haven't seen the documentary or know anything about the industry here, but if the parties involved are two consenting adults, why should they be fined and charged with a crime?

The war against drugs, prostitution, etc seems to be without end. Perhaps better to bring these dark sectors into the light and add common sense regulation and safety for all involved.

Because a lot of these women are kidnapped, drugged and held captive to be exploited as sex slaves for hungry and wealthy tourists who come here to do what they cannot do in their home country.

http://www.lanacion....personas-t48966
"Life is what happens while you are busy making asado." - Juan Lénon

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ceviche

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Serafina, on 10 August 2017 - 12:24 AM, said:

Because a lot of these women are kidnapped, drugged and held captive to be exploited as sex slaves for hungry and wealthy tourists who come here to do what they cannot do in their home country.



Not true. Many women work in sex industry to pay their rent or support their kids without a father.

#9
Serafina

Serafina

ceviche, on 10 August 2017 - 01:32 AM, said:



Not true. Many women work in sex industry to pay their rent or support their kids without a father.

Sure some people do it also for fun. And for free.  
Some for money.
But where there is easy money there is always someone trying to exploit someone else to earn more and more of it.
I don't think the "business partnership" between a prostitute and a pimp is a fair one, both from an economical standpoint and as far as liberty and freedom go. They are not free to walk away and to say no. They earn less than the pimp and take all the risks.

This is not Holland. And I don't think we will see a prostitute proudly smiling at the camera saying how happy they are with their job and how much they helped man regain confidence in themselves and provided them with ideas to use in the bedroom with their wives.
"Life is what happens while you are busy making asado." - Juan Lénon

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Rich One

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Awesome Possum, on 09 August 2017 - 11:35 PM, said:

I haven't seen the documentary or know anything about the industry here, but if the parties involved are two consenting adults, why should they be fined and charged with a crime?

The war against drugs, prostitution, etc seems to be without end. Perhaps better to bring these dark sectors into the light and add common sense regulation and safety for all involved.n

Under new USA law convicts of sex crimes overseas can be deported for trial in USA courts...!
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