A Housekeeper (Une femme de ménage)2003
A Housekeeper (Une femme de ménage) (2003)
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Critic Reviews for A Housekeeper (Une femme de ménage)
Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton make the life of a middle-aged single person look highly desirable. The Housekeeper doesn't deal in such delusions.
None of this is profoundly new, but the delicacy of the telling is well worth the experience.
With their reverse-chemistry, [Bacri and Dequenne are] so good together -- hot and hilarious simultaneously -- that you'd think they'd been a team for ages.
It's a slight film, well-acted by Bacri and Emilie Dequenne.
An acutely observed (and felt) essay on loneliness.
Audience Reviews for A Housekeeper (Une femme de ménage)
Nice decent tale of a middle age man meeting and having a relationship with a much younger, very pretty woman. A bit slow in spots, but pretty wistful by film's end. Small story told well.
It is similar to the House Sitter, nothing special.
A sweet bit of fluff. Very entertaining. May not be great movie making, but the characters are fully believable and the story progresses smoothly. Bittersweet ending may be a comment on the inevitable breakup of such May-December romances. Solid cast, beautiful scenery, minimal dialogue. Very entertaining, but not designed for thoughtful dissection or introspection. Enjoy this on a warm summers day, or even better, in the depth of winter. Enjoy it for what it is: a real trip to the beach, in more ways than one.
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