NO ORDINARY LIFE
Rescued from brothels in India, horses pave their way to a new life.
8,000 feet up in the Nilgiris mountains of southern India, 3 special girls are learning to live a new life. It couldn’t be further from where they were reared in the slums of Mumbai and Maharashtra, where they were trafficked or sold to brothels by their own families. A shockingly common practise in India and deeply ingrained in the cultures of certain castes, these girls are forced into a life of abuse and manipulation. They quickly become hardened and lose the ability to love `and be loved. The protective barriers they build around themselves also make their potential to return to a more normal way of life much more difficult. They have been deeply damaged, both physically and psychologically.