The Maid (2014)

Director
Paul Emmanuel

Main cast
Claire Kahane; Ryan Cerenko; Olivia Jewson; Keith Hill; Chris Butler

Genres
Romance, Drama

Description
An emotionally troubled teenager gets into a passionate relationship with the older French woman working in his father's house.


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