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Housekeeping for Beginners

Despite never aspiring to be a mother, Dita finds herself compelled to raise her girlfriend's two daughters. As their individual wills clash, a heartwarming story unfolds about an unlikely family's struggle to stay together. (R, 107 min.)
Original title: Domakinstvo za Pocetnici


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From acclaimed filmmaker Goran Stolevski comes a story exploring the universal truths of family, both the ones we’re born into and the ones we find for ourselves. Dita never wanted to be a mother, but circumstances force her to raise her girlfriend’s two daughters, tiny troublemaker Mia and rebellious teen Vanesa. A battle of wills ensues as the three continue to butt heads and become an unlikely family that must fight to stay together. [Focus Features]
Starring: Anamaria Marinca, Alina Serban, Samson Selim, Vladimir Tintor, Mia Mustafa, Dzada Selim, Sara Klimoska, Rozafë Çelaj, Ajse Useini
Director: Goran Stolevski
Language: Macedonian, Romany, Albanian, French
Genre(s): Comedy, Drama

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"A fizzy, huggable portrait of a self-made, roughly blended queer family."

— Leslie Felperin, Hollywood Reporter

"There are many greatly moving moments in the director’s third feature, all connected by a heartfelt understanding of the value of nurturing companionship."

— Rafaela Sales Ross, Little White Lies

"A kinetic, chaotic yet absorbing and authentic portrait of a queer and Roma family... Stolevski is a bold, gifted filmmaker and Housekeeping for Beginners... does not compromise in its storytelling."

— Frank J. Avella, Awards Daily

"For all the apparent chaos, this is a tightly controlled piece of work which fully delivers on the promise of Stolevski’s earlier films. It’s a fascinating change of direction which marks him out as one of the most promising talents of his generation."

— Jennie Kermode, Eye for Film

"A phenomenal achievement – an untamed, densely detailed drama that crackles with so much feral energy, you practically get a static shock from the screen... a rattling, eye-catching sensory assault, with something of the spirit of Kirill Mikhanovsky’s hectically compassionate Give Me Liberty."

— Wende Ide, Screen Daily