It would be a lie if I said that I look forward to seeing The Price of Sex later today at HIFF. My expectations are that it’s going to be a very strong and unpleasant documentary. How can it not, when it’s about Eastern European women lured into prostitution and trapped in a world of sex trafficking? I saw The Wistleblower with Rachel Weisz in the lead role, about six month ago. A movie concerning the same topic; forced prostitution, sex slave, the horrible fate of Eastern European women. The Wistleblower was harsh, frustrating and depressing, leaving the audience with a sense of hopelessness. But why see such movies then? Most of us are lucky to live in a bubble protective by our happy and secure lives. I’m of that believe that it’s important to burst the bubble once in a while. Forcing ourselves to see movies/documentaries/plays concerning true horrible fates – so we don’t forget they exist.