I Am Jane Doe: Mary Mazzio Docu on Child Sex Trafficking, Narrated by Jessica Chastain

I  Am Jane Doe, the new documentary film written and directed by Mary Mazzio, narrated by Oscar and Golden Globe nominee Jessica Chastain (Zero Dark Thirty), and produced by Mazzio and Oscar nominee Alec Sokolow, chronicles the battle that American mothers are waging for their under-age daughters, bought and sold for sex on Backpage.com, the adult classifieds section that for years was part of the Village Voice.
I Am Jane Doe follows the journey of these young girls and their mothers who have filed law suits against Backpage, setting these children in conflict not only with the owners of Backpage, but with judges, powerful companies, special interest groups.
Also a target is Section 230 of the U.S. Communications Decency Act, an internet freedom law that has been interpreted by federal judges to provide a haven for website publishers to advertise underage girls for sex.
These cases have not gone well for these Jane Doe children, but have sparked a political movement, and Senate Investigation.
These mothers have stood up on behalf of thousands of other mothers, fighting back and refusing to take no for an answer.
I Am Jane Doe deals with child sex-trafficking, a reality that now affects many communities in America, debunking the notion that this crime only happens in developing countries.