Director: Jon Knautz
Writer: Alexis Kendra, Jon Knautz (Screenplay)
Starring: Alexis Kendra, Stelio Savante, Rachel Alig, Elizabeth Sandy, Mykayla Sohn, JoAnne McGrath, Keri Marrone
Plot: As a means to distract herself from an affair, a love-addicted woman befriends a cleaning lady, badly scarred by burns. She soon learns, these scars run much deeper than the surface.
Runtime: 1 Hour 30 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: The Cleaning Lady starts as love-addict Alice (Kendra) is trying to give up an affair she has found herself in with distractions, be it with work and a new friendship with Shelly (Alig) the cleaning lady she hires to help around her home.
As the friendship grows between Alice and Shelly, Shelly starts to show a darker side to her, one that had been created from her past that has left her traumatised and twisted beyond belief.
Thoughts on The Cleaning Lady
Thoughts – The Cleaning Lady is a horror thriller that will show that some people will never recover from the pain they are put through as a child, however much they try to fix themselves, creating a disturb individual that believes they are doing the right thing to help someone. This will fall into the same realm as most stalker like movies, where it starts friendly before getting out of hand. The story will keep you on edge as you wait to see what will happen next between the two women and how far Shelly will go to get her moment of peace. We do have great performances from Alexis Kendra who brings the bubbly side to her character, with her flaws, while Rachel Alig brings a much more disturbed role to life. The clash of the two worlds will make for an entertaining yet disturbing movie.
Final Thoughts – The Cleaning Lady is a disturbing horror thriller.