A small tribute to Chantal Akerman, conceived as a series of impossible letters addressed to the great deceased director.
A young actress joins her estranged brother and new boyfriend, also an actor, at her parents’ rustic home in a Mexican mining town. There, the couple deals with culture shock and familial rivalries.
After two years with his adoptive parents in Fort Lauderdale, Matías, an indigenous Mexican child, develops a strange disease and is sent back to his hometown.
This documentary follows the everyday life of 17 women who live together for emotional and financial reasons in a large house. They help to train each other in various jobs, with most becoming nannies, domestic workers, or private nurses for elderly patients.
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