After decades of civil war, Cambodia's proud ancient culture has been shattered and the family base has been broken. In this gap, a flourishing child trafficking industry has evolved. The Virgin Harvest's HD camera and undercover equipment reveal the warped reality in which children are sold and smuggled across borders in order to entertain pedophiles from around the world. The girls tell their intimate and chilling stories with the sensitive help of two remarkable women who have risked their lives in order to fight the sex trade: Nobel Prize nominee, Mrs. Mu Sochua, and Somaly Mam, head of AFESIP Cambodia, once a victim herself.. Both experience extraordinary emotional moments as the stories unfold.