Margarita (2012)

Margarita (2012)
 

Director Dominique Cardona, Laurie Colbert

Writer Laurie Colbert, Margaret Webb, Dominique Cardona (story), Laurie Colbert (story), Margaret Webb (story)

Genre Comedy, Drama

Year 2012

Actors Nicola Correia-Damude, Patrick McKenna, Claire Lautier, Christine Horne

IMDB : 6.3 (308 votes)


 

Description Behind the facade of a beautiful urban home, a combination of complacency and bad investments has left power couple Ben and Gail disconnected, resentful and just about broke. When the cash-strapped yuppies fire their teen-aged daughter's lesbian Mexican nanny, Margarita, they set off a chain of events that lead to her deportation.

Comments

  • mickeyatty 2016-11-22 05:59:29
    Okay, save yourself the hour the movie is terrible. The story doesn't make sense and never actually develops into anything. The end will make you scream.
  • Anni Saenz 2016-08-26 01:11:33
    esta muy guapa la niñera pero algo no entendi el video... o.O alguien por alli q me expliken xDD
  • nipa akhtar 2015-05-18 17:07:11
    from the trailer it seems she has quadriplegic CP. In such type majority of pt. hv severe mental retardation nd r non verbal..so sorry...doesn't co relate..anyways...kalki's performance is superb along with her mom.
  • farznashuweb 2015-03-28 02:23:09
    I am a special educator I deal with cerebral. Palsy n mental retardation. The movie is going to be a great success. What a acting!!!!!. Really aprreciate.
  • farznashuweb 2015-01-10 09:47:41
    Great!!! releasing date?????????

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