A large number of children have experienced being sexually harassed on the internet. A Czech film team casts three young girls over the age of 18 to appear as 12-year-olds on the internet, and create three realistic children's rooms in a film studio, with psychologists and experts waiting in the wings of the film set, and with the girls placed in front of a computer each. As soon as they are logged in on the social media, it starts pouring in. In just 10 days, almost 2500 flashers and child molesters try to get the girls to take off their clothes over the webcam, to blackmail them, or to meet them in real life. Some of them are actually given the chance to meet them – and this is where the experiment takes a wild and interventionist twist. Even though the girls are strictly instructed to stay passive in front of the screen, 'Caught in the Net' does not just document the abuse that they experience when the directing duo Barbora Chalupová and Vít Klusák and their three courageous young actresses leave the film studio to confront some of the men face to face. Radical, taboo-breaking and hair-raisingly topical.