Noticias

Rotten Tomatoes

Critics Consensus

The Chambermaid uses one woman's experiences to take audiences inside a life -- and a culture -- that's as bracingly unique as it is hauntingly relatable.

+ Info

Lila Avilés’s modest and miraculous first feature finds pathos and a hint of magic in the routines of a young hotel worker.

+ Info

A complement to Alfonso Cuarón’s “Roma,” Mexican writer-director Lila Avilés’ feature debut invites audiences to share a hotel maid’s hopes and dreams.

+ Info

A young employee wafts from room to room in this disquieting story of the unseen servant class maintaining a five-star hotel

+ Info

Lila Aviles’ debut portrays the daily grind of a worker in a luxury Mexico City hotel.

+ Info

Lila Aviles’ debut portrays the daily grind of a worker in a luxury Mexico City hotel.

+ Info

This quiet profile of Mexico's working class is close to perfect

+ Info

Brims with empathy and life

+ Info

Monica Castillo

‘The Chambermaid’

Slow, steady, and with an exacting eye for detail, Lila Avilés’.

+ Info

Gabriela Cartol plays a hardworking hotel worker in Mexico, striving for better.

+ Info

This debut from former actress Lila Avilés marks her out as a name to watch.

+ Info

Is a Hopeful & Intimate Exploration of a Housekeeper’s Life in Perpetual Limbo.

+ Info

Joshua Brunsting

JOSHUA REVIEWS

It’s not every day that a filmmaker’s debut feature becomes a global award-winning darling.

+ Info

Gilda Baum-Lappe

Entrevista

Lila Avilés: "El cine es donde más feliz me he sentido"

+ Info

The director of “The Chambermaid” tells us about her favorite cinema...

+ Info