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La camarista

La camarista is a movie starring Gabriela Cartol, Agustina Quinci, and Teresa Sánchez. A look at the working environment of a chambermaid in one of Mexico City's most luxurious hotels.

Other Titles
La camarista. The chambermaid (2018), Kambarine, A camareira, The Chambermaid, A Camareira
Running Time
1 hours 42 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Drama
Director
Lila Avilés
Writer
Juan Márquez, Lila Avilés
Actors
Teresa Sánchez, Agustina Quinci, Gabriela Cartol
Country
Mexico
Year
2018
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A look at the working environment of a chambermaid in one of Mexico City's most luxurious hotels.

Comments about drama «La camarista» (18)

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Joshua

This is a very good film. The director gives us a very good telling of the story of the late life of Joan Miró. As I saw this film I was very much interested in the life of Joan Miró. It is a very good film to show that we do not see life as a huge adventure in front of us, but we see life as a small piece of us, as a precious treasure. This film is a great work from a great director. I would recommend this film to anyone who has a love for life.

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Andrew Jordan

I saw this film at the Seattle International Film Festival and was blown away. It was one of the best films I've ever seen. There was something about this film that brought a very refreshing, sharp, and eye-opening view to me. It was refreshing because it was very candid and raw. I was surprised at how much the film showed the oppressive manner that the Mexican government had of control over the Mexicans and their families. There was no guns, or murder, or crime in this film. In fact, this film was more about family values than anything else. It was a realistic look at life in Mexico and the differences that exist between the two cultures. This film was very gritty and showed what was really going on in Mexico. The characters were amazing. This was not a film for everyone, but definitely for those who love great cinema. If you haven't seen it, do it now!

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Susan D.

In his early years, Elba, the world's leading actor, was still a child. But his self-indulgent and selfish lifestyle, complete with immorality, alcoholism, and rampant drug abuse, drove him to his grave. This movie details the story of Elba's life from a young age. He is a member of a great family, the "Salmera", and is respected and loved by his peers, as well as his wife. He does not know how to support his family or his wife, however. He marries the most successful woman in his life, and he has an affair with his best friend, a boy who's future he doesn't understand. When he meets a beautiful young girl, he falls in love. His wife grows suspicious and discovers that he has been cheating on her. What he doesn't know is that he's doing so on purpose, so he can live the life he always wanted. He ends up in a psychiatric hospital for about 2 years, due to his unpredictable behavior. During this time, he meets the most beautiful and honest woman he'll ever meet, a young girl who is already married, and has an illegitimate child. She is so terrified of the situation that she decides to move out. Elba marries the daughter of the doctor he was sent to, and the child is born. But Elba realizes that his wife is just as cruel and selfish as he is. As a result, he decides to leave her. He goes to work at a fish factory, where he falls in love with the woman who's currently working there. He makes sure to tell his boss that he loves his boss. He never does, however, tell her that he's married. She's overjoyed. The two finally meet and fall in love. Elba finally realizes that he's not alone, that he's in love with a woman he never knew. And he does not marry her. He decides to move on with his life, and he discovers that he loves her. But he also realizes that he loves her with all of his heart. I feel so sorry for Elba's character. He had no control over his life. He's the one who never got to experience true happiness, true love, true wealth, or true happiness. Instead, he was a self-absorbed, alcoholic, immoral, selfish man. Elba's character is so good in this movie that he never has to suffer from those same evils that he perpetuated throughout his life. He actually had the grace to become one of the most successful and respected actors in the world. He gave his life to his art and his family, and he always had the strength to face the situation and the difficulties that life presented. I'm so glad that this movie was made. Elba has now turned his life around and showed that he can actually live with himself and his wife. It also shows that there are other good people out there who can love and appreciate someone, no matter what their condition is.

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Angela Castillo

The film is an attempt to portray a bigoted man, "Lesbian Killer", as a real person. The idea is well-meaning and the result is wonderful. However, as in most films, the end does not really say anything about the man, and the film-makers get out of their own way to hide this fact. This film does not require the viewer to think about the "real person", rather it simply presents us with an interesting, if somewhat unbelievable, story. I recommend this film to all people who want to see a "big" gay movie. It is a very well made film, and I would rate it above average.

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Phillip

I first came across this movie a few years ago, and was pretty pleased. The scene of the girl falling out of a train while on her way to the hilltop prom (then getting picked up by her boyfriend) was pretty powerful. I thought the movie was about 40 minutes too long, but it was still good. I bought the movie on DVD, and I was pleasantly surprised. It was a pretty straightforward movie, and I had no trouble at all understanding it. I can't remember the last time I watched a movie that was so straightforward. It was very intense and there were times when I was in a daze, thinking I didn't know what was going on. All in all, I think it was a pretty good movie. I give it 8 stars.

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Christina

I'm not sure why I'm giving this film a score of 8/10. To me it seems a bit too intense and too long for its own good. In my opinion the film was worth the hype and I felt a bit too caught up in the whole thing. It was just too much. All in all, I found the film to be too intense and well worth the hype. I liked the film. It's not my favorite film and it's not the most gripping film I've ever seen, but I did enjoy it. It's not perfect and I'm not sure if I would have liked it if I wasn't in the mood for it, but I think it's worth a watch for people that like films that are way out there. It's definitely worth a watch.

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Carol Garza

This is a movie that I would recommend to anyone who is interested in watching a film with a similar theme. I think the film is very realistic, and the acting is excellent. I'm not sure why the reviews are so bad. If you have a chance to see this movie, I would highly recommend it.

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Wayne Clark

This is the best Brazilian film I have seen for quite a while. Not the least of its strengths are the acting of Joao Pedro Rodrigues, the director and the writer, who gave a sensitive and dramatic interpretation of the two lovers. Together they lead a pretty well-developed life, are very far apart in their professional life, their wife is a model and a great lover. The second reason, is that both of them find the film very interesting. It is a very touching film. Some scenes have me in tears. The movie's main protagonist has a serious heart, a good heart. And I'm not saying he's a psychopath or anything. He just needs to have a better life. His wife doesn't give him much, but she gives him so much. Their children, their beauty, and the best thing is, they're just lovely people. The film is full of unforgettable moments and unforgettable people. "Kuro" or "Kurus" is a great film.

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Angela B.

There are many points I would like to make about the first of the trilogy, which is titled "The Longest Day" and the second film "The Killing". I'm not going to mention the names of the two films or anything, but I will say that the first one was, in my opinion, the best, while the second one was the weakest. The acting is superb, with unforgettable performances from Penelope Cruz, Vincent Cassel, and Nacho Vigalondo. Also, for a Latino American, one of the best aspects of this movie was the casting. Latinos, I know, tend to be stereotyped and caricatures, but they are so real and powerful that they are still interesting to me. The story is very interesting, and one of the main elements of the film was the suspense and intrigue, which is another element that is very impressive. For the second film, I am pleased to say that the first director, Maria Gomes, had given her all in delivering a powerful, memorable film. She clearly succeeded in bringing her talents to bear and make this one of the best films of the year.

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Sean

It was a pleasure to watch this film. It was a well thought out film. I think that the actors did a fantastic job. I thought that they played their characters very well. The movie was very well done. It was a great movie. I am very impressed with the actors and the story. I would recommend this film to anyone who is looking for a good film. It was a great film.

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Rebecca J.

I am not a big fan of Costa-Gavras, but "Camaraderie" was a good choice of films to watch, since I had never seen him before. I found the story and the characters very interesting, because I liked to see different types of characters portrayed by different characters. I also liked the cinematography, as well as the way the director portrayed the city of Rio de Janeiro. It also contained one of my favorite scenes, the dog fight. The beginning of the film is not very exciting, but when the group of criminals are being hunted down by a very ruthless, but apparently obedient dog, you feel like you're actually watching something else. It is definitely not an ordinary thriller. But if you are able to ignore all the exposition, you will enjoy the film. And if you're not the type who likes to see movies that are well-done and well-conceived, you should watch this film.

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Anthony

The movie "Zorro" was a very big hit in the 70's and 80's, so I think it's time for someone to do a "modern" retelling of the story. So I went to see "Zorro" again on a small theater on a Friday afternoon, the theater was packed with people, it was amazing. To be fair, the movie has a few weaknesses, the film is quite slow and predictable in parts. But the acting, the scenery, and the story were all first rate. There was a lot of visual flair in the movie, especially during the movie's action sequences. The movie takes a number of liberties with the original story, but it doesn't matter too much because the story is a wonderful character study, and the people who make up the town are so real and lovable. But the movie is quite long, and it's a bit slow, but overall, this is a great movie that's worth seeing.

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Jesse Morgan

the ending of the movie was not what I was hoping for but its a must see. you wont be disappointed.

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Rachel Ryan

Alberto Alves is one of my favorite Spanish directors, I must say that. This is another one of his movies, and I liked it. It has a kind of realistic story. The place that this movie is shot in, the Spanish Apatzingan National Park, is very beautiful. The narration that I found the most interesting is that of the actor, Enrico Risi. This guy is a legendary actor, and I always enjoy his movies. He is a very sensitive actor, and I enjoyed this movie. The scenery of Spain is very beautiful, the forest is one of the reasons why I like this movie. But the most beautiful thing that I found in this movie is the relationship of the director, Alves and Enrico Risi. I don't know if this was the director's way of showing to us his love for Enrico Risi, or if I didn't know this, but this movie makes me wonder about that relationship. And I think that Enrico Risi is one of my favorite actors. In the end, I give this movie 8 out of 10 stars. Thank you Alberto Alves.

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Harold Castro

I've seen this movie twice now, and I can't get over how amazing it is. The first time I saw it, I thought it was a pretty good movie. I liked the music, the characters, and the plot. But now, I'm really impressed. The movie has a great plot, a great cast, and a great ending. I also liked the cinematography. I don't know if it was the movie itself or the cinematography, but I felt like I was really transported into the film. I also liked the cinematography because it was very beautiful, and the camera movement was very realistic. The movie is very slow, and it really shows you the characters, and the situation. It's really beautiful. The only thing I didn't like about the movie was the ending. I thought it was too short, and it didn't have any emotional impact. But I still liked the ending. I think it was the best ending in a movie I've ever seen. I recommend this movie to anyone who is looking for a movie to watch.

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Laura

There are no boring scenes. I'm usually not interested in watching boring movies, but in this case, I really felt the tension of a suspense movie. The characters are all extremely interesting, and their interactions are a great, if not the greatest, part of this movie. The characters are all in some way attached to each other, which is a very interesting and very powerful thing. The actors are all great. I don't really know why I gave this movie an 8 out of 10, I think it's a very good movie, and I'm glad I found it.

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Walter B.

Most of the time in a film about the violence of war, the filmmakers will choose to use rather choppy photography and simple black-and-white film stock, in order to convey the horrors of war and the desperation of the soldiers in a realistic way. In general, it has always been a tradition in the cinema to stick to the old methods and to take advantage of every possible detail to show the horrors of war. And in this film, there was nothing to do but to use the most simple and cheap methods in order to get an exact and honest picture of war. Of course, as a new director, I must admit that I got very used to this old way of filming the war, and the films which follow it are generally rather beautiful and depressing, or they are just boring. But this film was different. It was very realistic and it showed the horrors of war in an entirely new way. I don't know whether I had ever experienced the idea of how war is really like, but this film really made me believe that there is no way of escaping war. Every day, you watch the news of war and every day, people die. It is something which everyone can't escape, even the soldiers in the film, and even though they had to use the most old, and still the most choppy techniques, they managed to show the true nature of war in a very truthful and humane way. I think that this film deserves a lot of recognition because it is probably the first one I have seen that was honest and truthful in its presentation of war. Of course, the problem is that I have already seen many films which used this old style of filmmaking and they were always just too grim and depressing, or they were simply too boring and too cheap. The style used in this film is usually much more realistic and raw and honest. It is about three people in the end of the second world war who are sent to a small Japanese village in order to bring some valuables back. They found a large warehouse, and they managed to steal a lot of valuable things and eventually succeed in bringing back some valuables back to their hometown. They then go back to their village, and start their own business. All of this happens in the very middle of the war, in the middle of Japan's second world war. It is absolutely heartbreaking and absolutely brutal. It is something which nobody should ever have to see. But when you see it, you just feel so sorry for the Japanese people who had to live in such a harsh situation in order to have enough food and to be able to buy enough clothes to be able to live. But when you watch it, you just feel that they had it all too easy, and they should have been fighting harder. Because then, maybe they wouldn't have had to do all the terrible things that they had to do. This is a very brave and honest film, and I definitely recommend it. It is a very difficult film to watch because the very nature of the war is always very clear, but the film shows the brutality of war and how it makes people do the very things that they do in order to survive. But when you see it, you just feel so sorry for the people who had to fight so hard in order to survive. This is a very brave film. It is a film that is very hard to watch because it is very obvious what is going on, but when you watch it, it is very important. It shows you the true nature of war and it is very important.

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Joseph R.

I saw this movie at the 2002 Toronto International Film Festival, and it was truly a wonderful experience. The characters are real, the dialogue is wonderful, the acting is wonderful, and the story is great. I saw it in Spanish with English subtitles, and the subtitles were quite helpful. The director was very open and honest with the audience, and it was a pleasure to see this movie, and be part of the film community. I strongly recommend this movie, and would like to see it again.