Having served in Bosnia (Task Force 3/5 CAV located near Brcko) most of 1996..and later seconded to the Organization for Security and Cooperation In Europe/OSCE and very familiar with the IPTF (International Police Task Force). The film very accurately depicts the true account of trafficking in women in Bosnia (BiH) and Kosovo. Women were moved from place to place for prostitution and general "bar girl" work. Some men both European and American as part of the IPTF facilitated the movement, incarceration and facilitation.
I spent a total of 45 months in the Balkans up and to the completion of the air war in Kosovo early June of 1999.
These "crimes against humanity" while working under the UN mandate as part of the IPTF Mission were minimized or dismissed which led to the woman depicted in the film's employment termination. She did sue in the UK and was awarded money...how much..I cannot recall.
The contracting company hired by the US State Department for employment as an IPTF monitor was Dyncorp, now owned by the Cerberus Capital Management, LLC. Dyncorp had a major portion of the Iraqi training mission and is responsible for a major portion of logistics in support of the mission in Afghanistan.
Not one person was indicted nor served jail time..European or American
Haiti/95;BiH/Croatia/96-1999;Nuba Mts, Sudan/2002; Khost Prov, Afghanistan/2003-4;Iraq/2005-6; Juba, Sudan/2008-9; Uganda/2010