The Maid's Room
Drina, a young immigrant working as a live-in maid for a wealthy Long Island family, finds herself entangled in the family's web of dark secrets once she begins to suspect her employer's son has committed a terrible crime.
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Andrew A (fr) wrote: Interesting film--powerful examination of unhappiness and the pursuit of happiness. But it's really the train station scene between Virginia Woolf and Leonard Woolf that sends a message and may, in some cases, hit close to home for people.
Jason M (br) wrote: Not a lot of love from critics for this one. I guess I understand it... but to be honest, I really enjoyed this movie, more than I thought I would. Sure, it's conventional, but it also makes you feel good. Most of all, the performances were very good, none more so than Olesya Rulin who is an absolute force from start to finish. I'd recommend watching this movie for that reason alone.
John H (au) wrote: From the moment Kathleen Turner's character was introduced -- smiling broadly, alone in her car -- I could tell what kind of movie this would be, painful to watch. The big smile to herself was meant to tell us this is a true believer, a nice, decent woman who believes what the Church tells her. Turner and Richard Chamberlain must have been down on their luck pretty badly to accept roles like this. Maybe it's all that was available. The dialogue is weak, which doesn't let even superior actors do much with it. The film-makers had a message they wanted to hammer home, having to do with how gayness, divorce, and personal struggles with substance abuse (drinking in this case) are things the Church should lighten up about. A person like Eileen, working hard for the Church that is means a lot to her, can be the best Catholic woman of the year with a lesbian daughter, a divorcing son and a husband who drinks. They are not her, and even if they were, they're perfectly fine people. It's a message I'm fine with...but the message isn't the movie. The story is not told well, or with humor. Maybe this team of collaborators should have just made a documentary.
Bill R (ca) wrote: A good documentary, I was amazed at how fast they can do there puzzles. Crazy crazy...
Becca S (it) wrote: Jackson Rathbone is so cute!!! He's on Twilight the movie. He plays Jasper.
Brittany D (fr) wrote: This is a made for television teenage dramedy brought to you by the Oxygen Network. This was supposed to be somewhat of a modern day Cinderella Story. Girl meets boy, girl makes a fool out of herself, girl admits this to boy, boy falls in love with girl. Nothing special about the plot or the acting for that matter. If you are a teenage girl you will love it, otherwise better steer clear.
Pamela D (ru) wrote: LOVED IT, cryed the whole time
David S (br) wrote: i just hated this movie.
Pamela D (de) wrote: This may be where Stephen King got his idea for Firestarter. Weird side effects begin to catch up with unwitting participants in a government psychedelic drug study.Gruesome good '70's fun.
Jason K (ag) wrote: I adore the way most of these segments were shot, I love the music in Pasolini's and I like Godard's narrators. Aside from this, I can't say I was much of a fan.
Phil P (fr) wrote: See this movie, I waited. It was worth the wait but don't wait because its great.
Carlos P (mx) wrote: Pelcula que siempre vuelve a la mente (siempre vuelve a transformarte). La bsqueda de lo autntico y de la belleza. La bsqueda de lo que significa y es vivir. Una de mis pelculas favoritas. Sincera.Huir de lo banal. La felicidad en la soledad? Naturaleza, belleza, amor? Inspirado por Tolstoi, Jack London y Thoreau. El "estado de naturaleza" enfrentado ante la autntica felicidad, la superior: el amor."Happiness is only real when shared".
Dylan P (mx) wrote: USA USA USA. That's what you'll say the whole movie. Kurt Russell was great in this movie, he played Coach Herb so perfectly.
Mohem N (fr) wrote: A very good movie with balanced math and drama.