Lastly, the film "Don't Say My Name" is based on the true story of a human trafficking survivor who escaped her captors.
"We'll follow her (Adriana) harrowing journey of survival as she navigates the road to recovery and healing," the film's synopsis reads.
Cameron Arnett, one of the stars of the hit faith-based film "Overcomer," plays a Homeland Security investigator in "Don't Say My Name." Joining Arnett in the cast are members of the popular Spanish Band "Miel San Marcos," actress Jenny Porrata, and newcomer Brooklyn Wittmer.
According to the film's crowdfunding page, two children are sex trafficked every 60 seconds, and 10 are kidnapped and enslaved every five minutes. A staggering statistic announced on NBC's "Today" show in 2016 revealed that every 30 seconds someone falls victim to sex trafficking. According to UNICEF, more than a million children are trafficked each year.
"Don't Say My Name" gives viewers a first-hand account of what happens once someone escapes captivity.
"It is thought that up to 90% of victims are never rescued. And for the 10% that are returned home, PTSD, depression and suicide are the norm as they struggle to re-enter society, many without any resources within reach to give them any hope of healing," the film's website adds.
"Don't Say My Name" will be used by human trafficking organizations, schools, and private and corporate entities to help spread awareness.
The 24 Flix/Selan Films production is set to be released in the fall of 2020.