'The Second Mother' Examines Brazilian Class Barriers | Link TV
'The Second Mother' Examines Brazilian Class Barriers
A review of the top Brazilian film of the year "The Second Mother." The film focuses on a hard-working housekeeper who has raised the teenage son of a wealthy family since he was a toddler. Her relationship with her employer changes when the housekeeper's estranged daughter appears and challenges the class barriers that define the family dynamic.
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