A grade school English teacher Sarah Gonzales joins the 150,000 Pinoy OFWs working in the United Kingdom to support her Husband, Teddy Gonzales in making a better living for their family. More than just a chronicle of the Filipinos experience working as nurses and caregivers in the UK, this story also charts Sarah's journey to self-discovery from a submissive wife who makes sacrifices for her Husband; Teddy's aspirations to an empowered woman who finds dignity and pride in a humbling job as a Caregiver in London.

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Paula L (jp) wrote: A beautiful movie about the power of friendship and the bounds of this kind of "love"

john w (gb) wrote: awesome and the best film ever

Ahmed M (ca) wrote: The movie's writing could've been better, and the pacing could've been better as it drags on unnecessarily for way too long at many times, but other than that it's a good movie.

Stuart K (nl) wrote: Interesting WW II tale with real and not real flying scenes, a bit of Czech history, a love triangle or two, involving the same guy in two of them. What does that make? Still 2 triangles connected at a single vertex? Comments afterwords were not as formulaic as most films. Negative things are said. Fun to see Charles Dance in this role remembering The Jewel in the Crown when Sarah was 4, Dan 1. And Ms. Marple (Geraldine McEwan) as an English teacher for the Czech pilots.

Mohamed F (es) wrote: Raw, VERY low budget German road movie, and Akin's best IMO. It's no where near as deep as his later features go, but it's the most enjoyable one for me, this one is more amaturish, less developed and has that fresh filmmaker spirit, and there are still some roots to his German/Turkish identity crisis in this film, but they are handled more lightly.

Tania A (kr) wrote: "A guy named Steve Rubell had a dream: To throw the best damned party the world had ever seen and to make it last forever. He built a world where fantasy was put up as reality and where an 80-year-old disco queen could dance till dawn. Where models mingled with mechanics, plumbers danced with princes. It was a place where all labels were left behind. A place where there were no rules." Not bad, not bad at all. It's hard not to enjoy a film that's constantly beaming cool seventies music into your brain. Nice work of Mike Meyers! Austin Pauwers is far away from this creepy, coke sniffing club manager. Sex, drugs and disco! Also credit to Ryan Phillippe as a naief young boy who wants to be rich and amous

Christian C (ag) wrote: Oh my. Why even think about it? It stars Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson. How could it be worth seeing?

Jason W (fr) wrote: I sort of remember this movie, not really that great but it had a few laughs in it, not sure if it'd be easy to find nowadays tho

Tim F (ca) wrote: This is a great western! Very, very underrated. I love the the way they used John Ford like settings and direction on this movie. Great sound effects, scenery, and acting. I can watch it over and over.

Scott C (ca) wrote: Very stylish and sometimes fun, but falls flat in the end.

Tim R (es) wrote: A fierce road rage extravaganza with Kurt Russell!