The film EUROPE IN MY HEART aims to warn Nigerian girls, women, parents, teachers, and villagers – to get involved against human trafficking.
The film is taken respectively in Nigeria and in the environment around Istedgade in Copenhagen. It was shown in 30 Nigerian villages as part of a two-day campaign where a team of 4-5 people showed the movie and informed about what might happen when “Mr. Dollar” visits the village to offer jobs, education and good money in Europe. These traffickers are organized across borders, and the women usually end up living as prostitutes, for example. on Istedgade in Copenhagen.
During the period March 2015 to August 2016, the film was screened in 30 Nigerian villages while at the same time treating three heads of state conferences. The conferences included state leaders, officials, politicians, media interpreters, priests and leaders of NGOs and churches.
The full length of the movie is 120 min but an edited 17 min. version with Danish subtitles and Danish talk over is available, to present the problem in Denmark.
You can see the film on YouTube in full length here.