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10 Seconds “Gilbert Horn is a successful business and family man with a deep dark secret. His obsession leads him to lie to those around him, betray his wife and enslave innocent girls . . . 10 Seconds is a story of a sex addict and a sex slave.”
Genre Drama Duration: 32 minutes
Availability: Worldwide
10 Seconds is a non-profit short film about the demand side of human trafficking in the context of sex addiction. It tells the story of Gilbert Horn, a successful business and family man with a deep dark secret. His obsession leads him to lie to those around him, betray his wife and enslave innocent girls. As he struggles with temptation, he is desperate for intervention to save him from self-destructing. 10 Seconds is a story of a sex addict and a sex slave. A full length, 10-part documentary is also available, in conjunction to 10 Seconds. Please watch it after viewing: documentary.10secondsmovie.com If you have questions about how to rent or download, visit 10secondsmovie.com/how-to-rent-and-download for help. 10 Seconds is for single home use ONLY. To obtain licensing for group use, please contact bellaveritas@gmail.com.

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