Movie Review: Love wins in the triumphant ‘Housekeeping for Beginners’

'Housekeeping for Beginners' offers a poignant portrayal of a non-traditional family navigating societal norms in North Macedonia, showcasing love's power to unite.

Directed by Goran Stolevski, the film explores the lives of a diverse group of individuals living together in a villa outside Skopje, facing challenges related to their queer, Roma, and ethnic minority identities in a traditional society. The narrative focuses on Dita, an Albanian healthcare worker, who becomes the linchpin of this unconventional family, embodying patience and love amidst personal and societal trials.