Widespread concerns over human trafficking stemming from cyberscam schemes in Southeast Asia have grown in China recently, after a hit Chinese film shed light on incidents in Myanmar, with the country’s now-tattered reputation likely making any return of Chinese tourists an uphill battle.

Crime action film “No More Bets,” which has topped the Chinese box office since its release in early August, offers an unprecedented peek into the intricate workings of cybercrime in Southeast Asia.

Taking inspiration from thousands of real-life cases and incorporating realistic portrayals of the industry, the film tells the story of a Chinese pair, enticed by well-paid overseas job offers, who unwittingly fall victim to fraud schemes that see them essentially forced to toil in online scam mills while under intense surveillance.