Very little is known about what happens to the men and boys that end up working on fishing boats in Asia. Usually setting off with the promise they can return home after a few months at sea, the truth is that for some victims they will never reach the shore again. This is the remarkable account of a man, Prum Vannak, who has been to hell and back. Since his return he has recreated his experiences in a series of drawings. He believes without these pictures no one would believe his story.
This film is a part of the series “Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery.” A series of films and media documenting human trafficking as it is experience by millions of women, men and children throughout Asia; a generation of people, living outside of citizenship, borders and basic human rights.