Mira Sorvino, Dermot Mulroney Sign for 'Trade of Innocents'
The movie centers around a couple grieving the loss of their daughter.
Mira Sorvino and Dermot Mulroney have signed to star in Trade of Innocents. The movie will shoot in Southeast Asia this month and into April.
The plot revolves about a couple grieving the loss of their own daughter who set out to rescue young girls sold into the sex slave trade.
The movie is written and directed by Christopher Bessette and produced by Jim Schmidt. The cast is by Beverly Holloway CSA.
Executive producers are Bill Bolthouse, Laurie Bolthouse and Dave Ross with Dean River Productions.
Both Mulroney and Sorvino are repped by ICM.
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