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I am Jane Doe
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Mary Mazzio
John McCain as Himself
Liz McDougall as Herself
Storyline: The epic battle that several American mothers are waging on behalf of their middle-school daughters, victims of sex trafficking on Backpage.com, the adult classifieds section that for years was part of the iconic Village Voice. Narrated by Academy Award-nominee Jessica Chastain and directed by award-winning filmmaker Mary Mazzio, the documentary follows the journey of these young girls and their mothers in real time as they run headlong into a collision course not only with Backpage but with judges, powerful corporations, special interest groups, and an outdated internet freedom law that has been interpreted by federal judges to protect websites from any responsibility for hosting ads which sell underage girls. I AM JANE DOE is a gut-wrenching human story and fresh look at a social and legal issue that affects every community in America.
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I was quite disturbed by this documentary, and not for the reasons you would think. This documentary is a bait & switch, plain and simple. As someone else stated, it should really be called "the war on Backpage." This is a plaintiff advocacy piece masquerading as an informative documentary on a sensitive topic. The makers of this should be absolutely ashamed of themselves. They basically exploit a serious topic so that they can drive home a narrative on a tangentially related subject, which of course is Backpage.com and prostitution.

This documentary is not about sex trafficking; It is about Backpage.com. That's it. Sex trafficking is just and example used to support their thesis. Every once in a while they will give a brief summary of the story of someone who was a victim of sex trafficking, but that is just to pull at your heartstrings. It's a distraction. If you wanted to make a documentary about Backpage and prostitution, it is possible to do so without logical fallacies, distractions, and a one-sided narrative. This documentary is not fair to backpage or the subject that it is addressing.

I am an engineer who has taken formal training on root cause analysis and corrective action. Backpage is not the problem. It is the intermediary. If you want to address the problem you have to be honest about it. Prostitution is one of the worlds oldest professions, and it isn't going away. Declaring war on it and the vehicles that are used to engage in it will not solve your problem. Banning things like Backpage will serve one purpose - making social justice warriors feel vindicated.

Be careful people. There is a war going on for your mind, and it's easy to find yourself a victim of propaganda if you don't know how to spot logical fallacies. Be vigilant in your quest for information.
Well made and vitally important
I just watched this documentary on Netflix and I had to write something about it. The subject matter made me sick to my stomach, but THIS FILM NEEDS TO BE WATCHED. Getting the word out about child sex trafficking and Backpage's horrible sins against humanity is the first step towards fixing the problem. Watch "I am Jane Doe." Share with your friends. Demand action.

10/10 if you want a better world for your children.
The Internet
The epic battle that several American mothers are waging on behalf of their middle-school daughters, victims of sex trafficking on Backpage.com, the adult classifieds section that for years was part of the iconic Village Voice.

Not to sound insensitive, but I did not find the part of this film about trafficking all that interesting. In fact, it was largely glossed over. The girls were not kidnapped and could have gone home at any time. A more interesting question would be why this lifestyle appealed to them. Not to excuse the pimps by any means, but what more can we do at home to prevent girls from thinking this is a wise choice? But I did find the issues about the legality of running such a website quite interesting. After seeing the film, I went to the website and sure enough it is incredibly obvious that the "escorts" and "massage parlors" listed are fake. There was nothing quite as explicit as the film showed, and nothing suggesting underage women... but despite that, it was apparent that if Backpage wanted to remove such content, it would be really, really easy to police. So why do they not do it?
Incomplete Portrayal
I really want to give this more stars because it explores the trafficking situation really well, however, there is no explanation as to WHY the other side is fighting against allowing speech censorship on the internet. Internet freedom of speech is a dissertation unto itself- it is not a simple black/white issue. I think pretending the other side had no argument (just "greedy & evil") was an oversimplification. Some of the speakers were part of the Village Voice. I have no doubt that those journalists had informed opinions on the topic that were simply edited out of the film.
must watch
I have totally no idea how an advanced country like USA allowing 'legalised' Abastenia St. Leger Eberle under their watch by giving certain webpage.com to hide behind CDA s230 . Its still happening now and right under those politicians freaking ivory towers . Ask yourself did you vote for them to misrepresenting you ? Do you think any sort of $$ lobbying is going to affect your loved ones negatively when bad things happened ?
Empowering and Motivating
My first reaction after watching this film was that I had no idea how widespread this issue was in the US. My second reaction was feeling completely in awe of these survivors of sex trafficking and their mothers and their courage. The film does an excellent job of presenting these tragic stories in a way that empowers the subjects, shows viewers that change is possible, and inspires them to join the fight.

I hope that everyone will have a chance to watch this documentary to understand what is happening in their backyard and learn how to take action to stop it.
Preachy, biased, and totally missing the larger picture.
This film was 98 straight minutes of bias attempting to dissuade the viewer from believing in the constitutional right to free speech. It gives a complete pass to those who are actually harming children in an attempt to vilify a website with sole profit motives.

Do your own research before holding this sad but naive story in any serious regard. There are much better ways to deter human trafficking, and taking down a website whose code is easily duplicated is not one of them.

If you are determined to watch this film be prepared to wonder how these parents and lawyers became flexible enough for this much auto-fellatio.
Eye-opening and a call to change
This documentary shows a horrific side of American society. Throughout the plot there are stories of individual victims of child sex trafficking. These stories tear you apart inside as you see innocent children turned into merchandise and hear the dehumanizing terrors they have to face. These stories, however are presented along with a way to fight. This film reveals the blatant malice of Backpage.com, so while we see these painful stories we are simultaneously exposed to a legal and political battle. This honest documentary has a spark of hope and a future that we could impact.

Few documentaries have been able to both make me cry and make me feel inspired as this film did. I am Jane Doe is a must watch and will change the way you see prostitution.
Brings a real problem out of the dark
I Am Jane Doe has completely changed my perspective on the issue of child sex trafficking within the United States. I have never encountered a film as powerful as this, that manages to simultaneously educate and touch the viewer emotionally. Ever since watching, this issue has been on the forefront of my mind and has facilitated numerous conversations between me and my friends/family.

The film is layered in a way that allows you to absorb as much information as possible in many different forms. The stories of the Jane Does and their mothers adds a personal touch, while the lawsuit presents a more analytical layer and dives to the root of the problem.

This film has the power to make real change in the world. I Am Jane Doe is leading the fight against Backpage and child sex trafficking, through shedding light on a subject that is more often than not left in the dark and labeled "taboo." And perhaps even more importantly, at its very core, this film manages to give a voice to those without one.
"I thought I would hear their stories".
This is one ugly documentary. I don't mean ugly for the production value. In terms of visual quality, the documentary is actually quite pleasant. It has relatable images and videos, to tie in to the narration, it has interviews with relevant people, and so on. Where I find this documentary ugly is in the writing. It is called "I am Jane Doe", but it should really be called "The War on Backpage". I went into the documentary under the false description of it being about girls who were sex trafficked. I thought I would hear their stories, their traumas, their pain, their bravery... Thats not what I got at all. What I got was a very, VERY brief summary of 2 girls being lured into the sex trafficking world, but now they're out. Their tale of events were brushed over very quickly, and I don't feel like they were given their spotlight as well as they should have. They seemed to just be ammo for this documentary to fire at Backpage.com

Aside from the aim of the documentary, or what its real purpose is, there is something that seems very fishy about all of the people interviewed. Firstly, there isn't a single person in the documentary who has a normal name. Secondly, the 2 girls who were sex trafficked wouldn't give their name, but were perfectly comfortable giving extremely brief on screen interviews, showing their faces, and also part taking in photo shoots for the doco, giving pouty, and sassy looks, as if they were trying to sell urban clothing. I felt like most of what was shown in the doco was shown for shock value alone. Pictures of questionable images, with things blurred out, but still making it obvious what the context of the picture was. The whole weird video shoot with the kids playing in the snow, to portray innocence. Videos of news reports that were obviously ripped right off YouTube. It all makes me kind've skeptical whether everything you see is genuine. Some things seemed a bit too suspect, and somehow seemed as though clickbait culture, and flashy headlines have now made it into "documenting media".

I'm not downplaying the context at all. The subject of sex trafficking is something that needs to be fixed, but this documentary does not do that. What it does do, is shows you how anyone these days can throw a bunch of clips, and ideas together and call it a documentary. Even an Olympic Athlete, and Lawyer, such as in this documentary.
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