纪录片关于越南女性被迫卖淫的真相，许多女孩被人贩子卖到欧洲各地从事色情交易。Collecting butterflies in the Mekong Delta has two utterly different meanings. Cambodia is "rich" in both rare butterflies and young girls, who are "hunted" by white meat traders. ...展开From here girls are taken to Malaysia or Thailand and forced into prostitution. Most of their clients are tourists from Europe and the US. Sixteen-year-old Veasna tells her story to the French anthropologist Pierre, who has followed events in the region for some years. After being trafficked to a Chinese mafia in Malaysia, Veasna is forced into drug addiction and sold to foreign tourists. Half a million young women have suffered similar terrible fates in south-east Asia. After several attempts and with the help of friends Veasna succeeds in escaping. In the second half of the film two parallel searches begin. Pierre tries to find clues as to the whereabouts of Veasna's friends who remain in sexual slavery. Meanwhile, she herself attempts to locate her family, which has been rent asunder by the Khmer Rouge. Originally intended as a sociological report, this picture provides hope that the life of a girl whose name means "fate" can cease to be a nightmare.