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The following films and documentaries featuring slavery are listed alphabetically.For movies portraying penal labour see the list here.The slaves then have to fight for their freedom in court, where they are eventually defended by ex-U. Getting no help from the police or the local authorities, the doctor gets a lead and tracks his missing wife across the country with a couple of allies. A street kid from Detroit, Michigan, is hit by a car, and when he awakens, he finds himself a slave in South Carolina in 1822.The boy then has to help his fellow slaves so that he can return to his own time.In 1839, a slave revolt takes place on the Spanish ship La Amistad which is heading to Cuba.Two white survivors are ordered to navigate the ship back to Africa, but navigate the ship to the United States instead. Using modern day slave-trading and set in Africa, a white doctor goes on a journey to find his wife who was mistaken for a native woman and kidnapped by slave traders while swimming.A faux British documentary of today reviewing American history, operating under the counter-historical premise that the Confederate States of America won the American Civil War, annexed all of the United States in the process, and thereby preserved and expanded slavery throughout the nation.In the American South in 1858, a slave is purchased by a German dentist turned bounty hunter, and then agrees to help him track down a small group of dangerous outlaws in exchange for his freedom and the rescuing of his wife from a cruel plantation owner.
Most Hollywood films used American settings, although Spartacus (1960) dealt with an actual slave revolt in the Roman Empire known as the Third Servile War.
Viotel's pregnant wife has just fallen victim to traffickers in Turkey.
Now, in order to find and rescue the mother of his unborn child, Viotel -- a loving husband -- must pose as a human trafficker.
The film features a slave nursemaid as a prominent supporting character.
Actress Hattie Mc Daniel made history by becoming the first African American woman to win an Academy Award for her performance (Best Supporting Actress).
Producer Ric Esther Bienstock blows the lid off of a multi-billion dollar underground industry by exposing the global sex trade in women from the former Soviet Bloc.