Srey Lia is a fiction film about the unbreakable loop of poverty, illness and prostitution. It addresses the shift from traditional human trafficking to modernized sex industry in Cambodia and many other places in Southeast Asia. It questions the essential exploitations in the industry when systematic injustices are undeniable. This film was shot in Cambodia with a mixture of actors, props and non-fiction sceneries and characters of the red-light district. Most of the shots are designed to be made into a continuous camera panning video in a tiny room in order to embody the circle of prostitution.