A new film debuting at film festivals this year glamorizes what is defined as a state, federal and international crime: child abduction.
Of the number of children reported missing every year, roughly one percent (roughly 100) are abducted by strangers. Of these children, statistics reveal that 74 percent of them are found dead within three hours.
There is nothing glamorous about child endangerment or abduction. And the producers, directors, actors, and everyone associated with this film are criminally negligent by promoting crimes against children as normal.
LAMB, a new film produced by The Orchard, a film company solely owned by SONY Music Entertainment, is about a “lonely, middle-aged man who befriends a neglected 11-year-old and takes her for a weeklong retreat into the wilderness.”
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