Nana
The Lives of Live-In Nannies

Nana - The Lives of Live-In Nannies
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Julieta

I think what strikes me the most after watching this film is the different way each Nanny defines motherly love, and how they feel about the children they care for versus the children they gave birth to. These mothers sacrifice seeing their own children for years at a time in order to provide ...Read more

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