Women at the age of 40, have no undergraduate education, but pursue a career-level whose requirements, which demands an undergraduate diploma?
So you are not alone, not only in Indonesia, in the country it turns out, it seems to be a problem for women.
Apparently, the geographical environment, language, culture, still carries this interesting issues.
In fact, a lot of women who are “able”, become involved in a circle of “inability”, because they can not go to college and get a diploma that seems to be a gold ticket and the most powerful, for the ideal career-level requirements with a very ideal salary anyway.
This time Jennifer Lopez plays an adult woman who is given many choices in her life, and must decide, this time the choice of which to take.
Whether to remain honest with themselves and those nearby, or continue to play a role in the fictional world, when his baptised child manages to get himself into a large company using original but false data.
A series of meetings, opening a big question. Whether in fact, the one who recruited it, already knows or really does not know the series of original data but this false, because that looks outside, it is not the same as the original.
Will friendship, family, friends and personal life return to haunt and make him choose a different path again?
It is a must-watch film today, for all adult women who have high ideals and HARAPN, but re-enter the “inability” circle I discussed above
Maya (Jennifer Lopez) is a shop waiter who wants a better life, but the situation does not support it. He had to deal with the rigors of the workforce in New York. However, on one occasion, Maya got an unexpected job call.
An internationally-scaled company invited him to join as one of the executives. Maya wants to change her life for the better. However, there are a wide range of new issues to face.
Players: Milo Ventimiglia, Vanessa Hudgens, Jennifer Lopez
Directed by: Peter Segal
Music: Michael Andrews
Cinematography: Ueli Steiger
Editing: Jason Gourson
Production: STX Films
Distributor: STX Films