Au Pair Chocolate | Chicago Reader

Au Pair Chocolate

Nothing works in this would-be comedy of manners (2004). Its depiction of class differences is so woefully outdated that the satire behind the premise—a well-heeled black couple hires a Harlem Latina to be their kids' nanny during a summer on Martha's Vineyard—has no bite. Continuity errors are rife, the dubbed dialogue is cringe-inducing, and even the credits are a mess (you'd think someone would have checked the spelling of actor Domenica Cameron-Scorsese's name). Benson McGrath directed this video from a script by his mother, Abigail; his father, Tony, chews the scenery in a supporting role. 87 min.

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