Live-In Maid (2007)
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Live-in Maid is a study of two women who appear not to like each other very much, yet their link makes for a moving drama about friendship.
It paints a lovely, intimate portrait of a complex relationship and shows a side of Latin American life we rarely see on American screens.
A vivid portrait of a society in the midst of wrenching change, but it transcends its immediate context to become a thoughtful, even unforgettable, chamber piece, performed with exquisite subtlety by two fine actresses.
Live-In Maid is a modest chamber piece enriched by its affecting human harmonies and overtones.
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Poignant and masterful, Live-In Maid is an involving unorthodox presentation of the averse relationship, more appropriately, friendship, of an imperious bourgeois and a taciturn domestic attendant. Emotionally complex and ambiguous, Live-In Maid is transcendental of social class, precisely aware of the situation and disposition of the bourgeoisie in the times of economic recession and profoundly acquainted with the vicissitudes and realities of life. Emphatic.
A well crafted film study of declining social status and precarious friendships. Understated and subtle but brilliantly presented.
[font=Century Gothic]"Live-in Maid" is set around the financial crisis that crippled the Argentinian economy in 2001. Beba(Norma Aleandro) has not been able to pay her maid, Dora(Norma Argnentina), for the past several months. Beba is currently trying to sell cosmetics, as she desperately tries to hold onto her dignity and pride but they are fading fast. Dora has worked for Beba's family for the past 28 years but is getting frustrated at the lack of money since she would like her significant other, Miguel(Raul Panguinao), to pave the floor of his house.[/font] [font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]"Live-in Maid" is a low-key observation on the nature of class in society. Beba and Dora come from very different backgrounds but in the film they both have something in common - a lack of money. At first, I would say the two women share a symbiotic relationship but could they actually be friends?[/font]
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