Mi casa, su casa | Chicago Reader

Mi casa, su casa

This silly and scattered 2002 comedy by first-time director Bryan Lewis centers on the Latino gardener (Gerardo Mejia) of a Beverly Hills mansion who wins $62 million in the lottery as his racist employer (cold fish Roy Werner) is going broke. Eager to win a green card for his tempestuous sister (Laura Elena Harring), the gardener begins lodging his extended family in the mansion, and a trite romance ensues between the employer and the sister. The dialogue is pretty stale (“What part of $62 million don't you understand?”), but the warm characterizations make this a pleasant enough experience. 95 min.

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