A controversial journey into the world of three middle-class working mothers who want to have it all. Wealthy businesswoman Dominique employs a nanny for each of her two children – aged three and five – plus one at the weekend – and even has a nanny to care for the children on holiday.
Won Broadcasting Press Guild Award, 1996, Best Documentary
'Wickedly-irresistible.' The Guardian
'Razor-sharp documentary.' Daily Mail
'Some of the best footage a fly’s eye camera has ever caught... as shocking as it is entertaining.' Time Out
'Entertaining, sometimes jaw-dropping film.' Radio Times
'Cracking documentary…revealing, chillingly funny expose of mother-nanny wars.' Evening Standard
Read Lynn’s article about the making of the film, published in The Independent.
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