BRAZIL: ‘ Film on maids working in wealthy people’s homes gets country talking ‘

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Actress Camila Mardila (L), director Anna Muylaert and actress Karine Teles of "The Second Mother" pose for a portrait during the 2015 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah on January 26, 2015#AceMediaNews Sept.23: A Brazilian film about a maid in a wealthy home is not only making waves as Brazil’s Oscars entry, but stirring painful debate over inequality and racism in a country in crisis. “Que Horas Ela Volta?”, released in English as “The Second Mother,” is a long way from the violence-filled depictions of drug gangs, like “City of God,” that foreigners have come to expect from Brazil. Released at a time when Brazil is reeling from economic decline, corruption and the crumbling of President Dilma Rousseff’s leftist agenda, the film whose title translates as “What Time Will She Come Home?” challenges the biggest country in Latin America to examine its soul.

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