After being smuggled into Trinidad and Tobago to be with her brother, Zhenzhen, an illegal Chinese immigrant, discovers the true cost of her arrival. 

Moving Parts is one of a handful of new films out of the Caribbean, poised to present new images and stories to the international market. Utilizing a local context, this film addresses one of the most pressing contemporary global social issues of our time. Moving Parts is unique, in that it is told through the eyes of women in the global south, not as a thriller, but rather a human drama, exposed from the inside out. Moving Parts presents a fresh approach to a difficult topic through the eyes of female characters, crafted by a female writer/director and produced primarily by Caribbean women.