Two Ladies

Tolerance wins out over prejudice when a Muslim daughter and mother go to work for a wheelchair-bound Jewish widow. Esther is a difficult, hot-tempered patient who lives with her physician son. When the last in a series of home healthcare workers quits, Esther’s young day nurse recommends Esther hire her mother to clean and cook kosher. The two older women learn that they are both Algerian émigrés, have more in common than they imagined, and share a new zest for life.

Original title:
Dans la vie
73 minutes

Shown at

  1. New York Jewish Film Festival - 2011

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