"26 Seconds" is a dramatic feature documentary about the horrors of sex trafficking One child every "26 Seconds" is trafficked globally, the majority ending up in the sex trade. It features the heartbreaking stories of children and women from vastly different cultures experiencing horrifically similar traumas. The documentary highlights the active efforts of survivors, other individuals and non-profit organizations to rescue more victims, raise awareness to those in power to affect change, and ultimately put a stop to this horrific, worldwide industry. "26 Seconds" follows children and women from each of the target countries: Thailand, Cambodia, India, Iraq, Mexico, East Africa and in the United States. The story is told through the survivors' point of view, with support and additional perspective from expert testimony. "26 Seconds" is a poignant and unapologetic documentary in its exposure of a grave global dilemma of human trafficking. It will deliver a compelling emotional journey in the hopes of raising worldwide awareness of this urgent issue, and will challenge each of us to stand up for innocent children and women all around the world.