The annual International Film Festival continues for another weekend, starting with the hilarious comedy, "Chance."
This 2009 film from Panama tells the story of Tona and Paquita, the housekeepers for the aristocratic Gonzalez-Dubois family. These domestic employees have been mistreated for quite some time and they are tired of it. When the family plans a shopping trip to Miami, the maids have a plan of their own: to take control of the mansion. Unexpectedly they will discover a family secret.
All international film festival films will be shown in the Olin A and B lecture halls, located one block east of 50th Street and St. Paul Ave. All films will be subtitled in English. They are free and open to the public.
Please note some films contain content and language suitable for mature audiences only.
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