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Cinémoi TV Acquires Worldwide Rights to Gripping Human Interest Story “The Power of Beauty” That Spotlights Human Trafficking

–by Nicole Muj

Los Angeles, CA (The Hollywood Times) 10/26/19 – Cinémoi TV has acquired the worldwide rights (excluding Asia) to the compelling short film “The Power of Beauty,” part of the feature-length documentary “Tomorrow and The Butterfly” that was directed by award-winning Italian filmmaker Alessandro Soetje and produced by Soetje and sustainable global beauty brand Davines.  “The Power of Beauty” will premiere on Cinémoi TV on Monday, October 28th, 2019 at 10 pm EST, on Comcast Xfinity, Fios by Verizon, Frontier, Sling TV, Google Play, and Samsung.


Currently on the festival circuit, “Tomorrow and The Butterfly” is comprised of six vignettes that tell stories of sustainability, beauty, individuality, and diversity around the world that converge with Davide Bollati, Chairman of The Davines Group, illustrating his vision and brand ethos.  “The Power of Beauty” is set in Cambodia and features Matthew Fairfax, an entrepreneur in the hairdressing world, who works to save youth who are human trafficking survivors by giving them the redemptive opportunity to pursue a career in the beauty industry.

“Cinémoi is dedicated to bringing people together in support of the life changing work of our charity Children Uniting Nations.  We believe that it’s vital to protect all children who suffer from abuse and tragedy due to circumstances beyond their control,” comments Cinémoi’s President, Daphna Ziman.  “’The Power of Beauty’ truly complements our mission to help and draw attention to the plight of the underserved youth of Cambodia and around the world, who often have no other options and are forced to enter the sex trade.”


“Tomorrow and The Butterfly” is composed of a prologue, an epilogue, and six episodes, including “The Power of Beauty.”

Link to the official trailer.

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