Margarita, a warm, funny and loving Canadian family drama, is coming out on DVD on Monday 25th November.
Tackling race, class and immigration issues, Margarita is a sweet story about a Mexican supernanny. Devoted to her employers Gail and Ben, Margarita (Nicola Correia Damude) does everything for them, from cooking to odd jobs. But when the financially-strapped couple find themselves forced to fire her to save money, they set off a chain of events that threatens to get Margarita deported. Can they – or her hesitant girlfriend Jane – do anything to keep her in the country, or will she have to say goodbye and return to her Mexican homeland?
We have three DVDs to give away, courtesy of Peccadillo Pictures. And, the first prize winner will also receive a signed DVD copy of Finn’s Girl, the previous film from Margarita directors Dominique Cardona and Laurie Colbert.
To enter, just answer the following question correctly by filling out the form below.
Supernanny Margarita comes from which country?
• Puerto Rico
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Competition closes 4pm Friday 13 December. Terms and Conditions apply.
Margarita is released on DVD by Peccadillo Pictures on Monday 25th November.