The daily life of Eve, a chambermaid at one of the most luxurious hotels in Mexico.
A film about routines, uncertainties, dreams and banalities, which won me over since the beginning.
The action takes place all within the hotel walls, which highlights the feeling of lack of freedom and the bonds that a low class person deals daily in order to survive.
We don't see any members of her family or friends in any scene, we just know the relationships that Eve has through phone calls, conveying the feeling of absence and lack of support from the people around her, even though it is evident that she loves them.
As the main character loses his inhibition and learns to let go, very interesting moments emerge, all of which are essential for the whole narrative. A scene in one of the hotel's rooms, next to a window made me think "wow, I wasn't expecting this!".
I see this film as a form of homage to the invisible people who pass through our lives every day, without being given credit and respect.
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