Published : Sun Mar 2017
At Home: Sto Spiti
Daily life in global reproduction work: for many years, Nadja has worked as a housekeeper for an upper class Greek couple and their daughter. She is allowed to feel like part of the family. When she is diagnosed with a serious illness, and the man of the house runs into financial difficulties due to the economic crisis, Nadja loses her job. She tries to hide her precarious situation in those times of social indifference, but the class distinctions are obvious: superior or inferior, at home or abroad, with or with out health insurance, these are the current contrastive pairs. However, Nadja doesn't want to lose the emotional bonds to the family where she has spent so much time.